After much confusion, Dwight Howard will sign with the Philadelphia 76ers.
The deal, Charania writes, is a one-year deal. ESPN’s Bobby Marks confirms that it’s a minimum deal.
Howard announced that he would return to the Lakers in 2020-21 but has since deleted the post. Shams Charania of The Athletic has since reported that Howard continues to gauge his options.
Howard had a bounce back campaign with the Lakers in 2019-20 and established himself as a key rotation piece on an obvious contender. The Lakers won the 2020 title in the bubble, the first such ring of Howard’s career.
Prior to 2019-20 Howard had bounced around between the the Washington Wizards, Charlotte Hornets and Atlanta Hawks.
More to come.