Dwight Howard will play for the Los Angeles Lakers when the NBA season resumes at Disney World later this month, as he mentioned during an interview with CNN on Monday night. Howard had previously been undecided for a number of reasons. He was one of many players, alongside Kyrie Irving and Avery Bradley, who felt uncomfortable with the idea of playing basketball while protests against police brutality were ongoing, thinking that providing fans with a distraction would take momentum away from social justice reform. Additionally, the mother of Howard's six-year-old son, Melissa Rios, died in March following an epileptic seizure.
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