Dwight Howard has signed with the Washington Wizards after reaching a buyout with the Brooklyn Nets. The Eastern Conference is getting more and more interesting with LeBron leaving the Cavs. The East now has multiple contenders with Howard joining Wall and Beal with the Wizards, Hayward and Irving returning to the Celtics, the emerging 76ers who recently signed Wilson Chandler, and the Raptors who’s kryptonite was LeBron James.
Howard averaged a double-double last season with 16.6 points and 12.5 rebounds along with 1.6 blocks per game. He also notched the first 30 point and 30 rebound performance in seven seasons. The 8x All-Star has earned a total of $210,235,761 off contracts in 14 seasons from the Magic, Lakers, Rockets, Hawks, and Hornets.