Despite some uncertainty regarding his participation in the resumed NBA season at Orlando, 'Superman' has confirmed he will attend 'The Bubble'.
Dwight Howard, who was really vocal about the injustices African-Americans are experiencing, has decided to be part of the Lakers traveling squad to Florida.
Dwight Howard said that he will travel to Orlando and join the Lakers. He added that he will use it as a platform.— Sports Notes (@TheSportsNotes) July 7, 2020
Dwight will also donate his game checks to his non-profit Breathe Again campaign. #LakeShow pic.twitter.com/yzs5QPlkuw
Howard will also donate his remaining game checks to his non-profit campaign 'Breathe Again'.
"I do think basketball will resume," Dwight Howard said about the basketball season resuming amid the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest. "I think there is some great opportunities in the bubble to really cause some impact and change in our nation."
'Superman' played a huge role coming off the bench for Los Angeles this season. The Center has participated in 62 games this season, averaging 7.5 points and 7.4 rebounds per contest, shooting 73% from the field.