Was Dwight Howard’s Ball-Sharing Comment a Shot at Kobe Bryant?

January 5th, 2013 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
Even though the Los Angeles Lakers have struggled to a 15-17 record so far in the regular season, the team's star players have refused to air out their frustrations by placing blame on their teammates.

Well, that period of time may have only been the calm before the storm if recent comments made by Dwight Howard are any indication.

Via Deadspin, Howard was recently asked the difference between his Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers, and Howard's response was anything but diplomatic.

"Look at the difference between our team and theirs," Howard said. "They just play together. They share the ball. Everybody's excited when something happens. We have to be like that to be a great team."

Since Howard also shares the roster with one of the greatest distributors to ever play the game in Steve Nash, it's safe to assume that his comment wasn't pointed in that direction.

If not Nash, then who could Howard be referring to?

Maybe the NBA's scoring leader and the player who also leads the league in field-goal attempts?

Kobe Bryant scored 38 points on 15-of-25 shooting from the field against the Clipp ...

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