Dwight Howard says goodbye to Lakers, will sign with 76ers

Dwight Howard says goodbye to Lakers, will sign with 76ers

"Laker nation I love y'all".

For all the shade being thrown at him, one thing that no one can ever take away from him is his National Basketball Association championship ring as a member of the Purple and Gold. Ibaka could wind up signing a more lucrative contract than what the Lakers are able to offer, which could ultimately lead them to Gasol. Moments later, however, Howard, 34, deleted that tweet.

Charania then reported Howard was continuing to "consider all of his options".

Charania noted there was "no deal done" with Howard.

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Flip the page to watch the full interview, including Howard discussing what he loves about his new bride around the 37:20 mark. It's also possible he really is considering other options.

He had left the Lakers on bad terms following the 2012-13 season, with Lakers fans turning against the center.

Howard finds himself in a similar role in Philadelphia, providing an insurance policy for the Sixers if Joel Embiid isn't healthy at any point during the season.

He's coming off a year, where he averaged 7.5 points, 7.3 rebounds, 0.7 assists, and 1.5 combined steals-plus-blocks in 18.9 minutes of action. Joining him will be teammate Meyers Leonard, who is also reportedly re-signing on a two-year deal.

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