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Dwight Howard Struggles to Make a Decision, Reportedly ’50-50′ Between Rockets and Lakers

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If there’s anything to take away from the 2013 NBA offseason–it would have to be that Dwight Howard has no idea how to make a decision.

Just a few hours after he reportedly had made up his mind about joining the Houston Rockets, Howard has apparently changed his mind on Friday night by telling the Los Angeles Lakers that he’s “50-50” about which team he wants to play for. The Lakers have been doing everything in their power to convince Howard to return to the team for the 2013-14 season and even though it was clear that he wasn’t a good fit in Mike D’Antoni’s system–it appears the star center is still having trouble when it comes to making up his mind.

At this point, the fact that it’s taken Howard this long to decide is nothing short of ridiculous and while it’s understandable that he may find it difficult to walk away from the extra $30 million Los Angeles can give him–the man just needs to make up his mind and let all of this drama end.

Howard may say he’s “50-50” over the decision, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if he still ended up in Houston anyway. After all of the excitement surrounding Friday being the big day he would finally make his decision, it appears sports fans will have to wait a little bit longer before hearing where Howard will end up next year–which everybody is just absolutely thrilled to hear.

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