Howard says he joined the Wizards because of John Wall, who reached out to him through Instagram once he became a free agent.
Dwight Howard, 32, hopes to play in the NBA for at least eight more seasons following his move to the Washington Wizards.
Howard signed a two-year, $11 million deal with Washington earlier this month.
Dwight Howard is about to play for his fifth NBA team in seven seasons. Not to worry, Wizards: “I would never try to destroy a team.”
The Wizards will be Howard's fourth team in four seasons.
Howard is reportedly working on a buyout with the Nets after he was traded to the team from the Hornets in mid-June.
The eight-time NBA All-Star says he wants a buyout to become a free agent, and Brooklyn is trying to make it work.
Howard and Mozgov will bth play for their fourth team in four seasons.
"The first question is like 'Dwight, they said you wanted to get Stan fired.' I was like 'Oh, my God,'" Howard recalled Thursday on ESPN.
Howard became the fifth NBA player ever to get a 30-30 Wednesday night, but he also earned a one-game suspension with his 16th technical.