Dwight Howard only spent one season in Los Angeles, but that monumental failure of a 2012-13 season has seemingly followed the eight-time All-Star for the latter portion of his career. He went from a top-3 player in the league to a journeyman whose skillset doesn’t fit the current NBA.

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