Dwight Howard Signs With Rockets Tweets and Hashtag Reaction on Twitter

Well, the wait looks like it’s finally over. Dwight Howard will be ending is short stint with the Los Angeles Lakers and move his act to the Houston Rockets according to reports from USA Today.

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This is not an all surprising move really. Dwight had the Rockets has one of his possible destinations including Golden State, Mavericks and Atlanta.

The move will pair Dwight Howard with James Harden along with the possibility of signing Josh Smith with some sort of sign and trade deal with the Atlanta Hawks.

This new ‘Big 3″ as this formula has been known for years now could be an imposing powerhouse team leaving the other Western Conference teams scrambling to add more fire power to their rosters.

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Monitoring Dwight Howard’s Twitter account as of this post there is no mention of this deal so stay tuned to Howard’s Twitter account by following this link below:

@DwightHoward: the official verified Twitter account of Dwight Howard with over 18,000 tweets and 4.2 followers.

The rockets Twitter account below could possibly tweet some more about this soon:

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@HoustonRockets: the official verified Twitter account of the Houston Rockets with over 230,000 followers to date. Looks like this number could be increasing rather rapidly with news of Dwight Howard signing with the Rockets.

Both Twitter feeds have yet to announce this deal so stay tuned to see what is being tweeted with future signing pictures, uniform number and more important updates regarding this mega free agency signing.

Meanwhile you can monitor all the action on Twitter with the following Dwight Howard tweets and hashtags trending on Twitter. See the latest Rocket fan tweets of joy and Lakers fan tweets of disappointment.










With the sudden announcement of this news look for Dwight Howard to quickly take to his Twitter account to tweet out the deal. Dwight is an avid member of Twitter who is a very prolific Twitterer.

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