Dwight Howard Officially Reunites with his former Team Los Angeles Lakers

NBA - The 3 - Time NBA Defensive Player of the Year and 8 - Time NBA All - Star Center Dwight Howard is officially back in purple and gold Lakers uniform for the second time around in his illustrious NBA career. 

Howard, who is a 33 year old NBA Player is a former NBA Superstar who starts his NBA career in 2004 as the #1 pick overall drafted by the Orlando Magic.

Howard quickly regains popularity in his early years with the Orlando Magic gaining immediate impact in both ends of the floor while scoring and rebounding. He became the youngest player in the league to average a double double in his rookie years.

In 2009, Howard led the Magic in the NBA Finals, but falls to the Los Angeles Lakers in five games, it was the greatest season for Howard and the Magic after finishing the NBA Season and NBA Finals.

In 2012, Howard became a Laker in a trade involving three teams, Howard join Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Pau Gasol forming their own superteam but went to a disappointing season that lead for Howard to be traded again in 2013.

Now in his 16th NBA Season, Howard is no longer a superstar and at the same time a fragile basketball player who is always getting injured, but the Lakers have no choice but to sign Howard after their original center Demarcus Cousin suffers a season ending ACL injury during a basketball workout.

Howard's contract with the Lakers is a little bit something new, he is reported to be paid every time he will be in Lakers roster worth about $14,490 that will start on October 21, 2019.

Dwight Howard will join the Greatest Player in the league today LeBron James and perhaps the second Best Player in the league today Anthony Davis as a Lakers.

Will the Lakers made the right move of signing Dwight Howard or they made a big mistake of acquiring him again? Let's wait and see...