Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard, left, finished Saturday’s game against Milwaukee with 21 points and 16 rebounds, which is impressive enough on paper in its own right. But to do so with a banged-up finger – and also to lead a Hornets comeback from down 18 points – is its own feat.
Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard, left, finished Saturday’s game against Milwaukee with 21 points and 16 rebounds, which is impressive enough on paper in its own right. But to do so with a banged-up finger – and also to lead a Hornets comeback from down 18 points – is its own feat. Nell Redmond AP
Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard, left, finished Saturday’s game against Milwaukee with 21 points and 16 rebounds, which is impressive enough on paper in its own right. But to do so with a banged-up finger – and also to lead a Hornets comeback from down 18 points – is its own feat. Nell Redmond AP

Dwight Howard proves he’s tough – and irreplaceable – by leading Hornets comeback

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