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In principle, one would think that after his argument with Isaiah Stewart against Detroit, all Lakers would stand behind LeBron James. However, it seems that it is not that simple. Dwight Howard provided a curious edition on the subject, there is little of that.
It is certainly one of the most memorable moments when the brawl between the Nuggets and the Heat started a few weeks ago. The violent argument between Lebron James and Isaiah Stewart is the big talking point the week after the Lakers Pistons game. It must be said that the two men were not dead, the bloody nudge of the four-time champion caused a second year tantrum. Until the following must be retained in any case:
Dwight Howard understands Isaiah Stewart’s reaction
Since then, many players have been keen to come to the rescue of their franchise player who missed the next game against the Knicks due to a suspension. Anthony Davis specifically defended the king’s controversial gesture, at a press conference. Dwight Howard took a slightly different approach, however. Far from confirming Stewart’s overreaction, however, the veteran GQ stated that he understood his bullshit:
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He was angry and upset. I can’t say what he did was right, but I understand. Somebody punched me in the mouth and made me bleed? i would be mad too. A little pride and ego probably played a role: You are standing in front of 20,000 people, you have bleeding from your lip and eye, you never want to look like that. I largely understand why his reaction was what it was.
Temperaments can ignite in the NBA. The young man was punched in the mouth and began to bleed. We must defend ourselves to defend it. Was this the right time and place for it? No. But you can’t tell anyone how to react in a moment like this.
Himself in the center ofa mess with AD At the beginning of the season, D12 knows exactly what he’s talking about. Suddenly he doesn’t necessarily take the side of the winger and reminds that in such a hot moment and under the influence of adrenaline, the players do not necessarily react appropriately. Like all human beings, in fact … It remains to be seen how the Angelinos’ changing room will take this exit.
I’m not sure a lot of people in Los Angeles appreciate Dwight Howard’s point of view, but it shows that there is nothing entirely white or black about this story. LeBron has just as much to do with it as Stewart who started the battle.