Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard talks about his performance in the 2020 dunk contest and shares what dunks the fans weren’t able to see after he was eliminated. He talks about the winner (Miami Heat’s Derrick Jones Jr.) and runner-up (Aaron Gordon of the Orlando Magic,) expressing how impressed he continues to be with young dunkers around the league, adding that he’s taking notes of what he has to learn in order to compete again next year. Howard also shares why it was important to him to honor Kobe Bryant and how he was able to produce the tribute, sharing that his original plan was to have Kobe Bryant carry his Superman Cape out to him on the court and then reveal No. 24.

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