After putting up a lousy six points on 1 for 7 shooting during the Lakers 122-105 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday night, a hashtag began trending on popular social media outlet Twitter, simply called #DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan.
It’s clearly meant to be mean-spirited towards Howard, but several tweeters were actually extremely creative with the hashtag, coming up with some very humorous and memorable one-liners.
Here is a look at some of the very best #DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan tweets.
#DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan Dwight Howard being Dwight Howard and doing Dwight Howard things.
— Christopher Walder (@WalderSports) March 6, 2013
#DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan Stevie wonder directing traffic.
— Ghetto Translations™ (@UrbanEngIish) March 6, 2013
#DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan JaVale McGee trying to explain the theory of relativity… or trying to explain anything for that matter
— Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton) March 6, 2013
#DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan James Harden's razor
— flourishing pickle (@oohsosummer) March 6, 2013
#DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan a red light on Grand Theft Auto
— 360 ♕ (@ItsThreeSixty) March 6, 2013
— pwnteam (@pwnteam) March 6, 2013
#DwightHowardIsMoreUselessThan a screen door on a submarine
— Michael D. Huff AIA (@michaeldhuffaia) March 6, 2013
— David Brantley (@DBo90) March 6, 2013
Of course, there were those select Lakers fans out there who defended Howard from the onslaught of hateful tweets…..
— KoBree Bryant (@LakerLovee) March 6, 2013
— shawn wooton (@shawnwooton) March 6, 2013
— Mrs. Ambrose (@SandraTheShield) March 6, 2013
Personally, I got a kick out of a majority of these tweets. It’s all in good fun, and should be taken with a grain of salt. Hashtags like this appear on Twitter every single day.
It’s not meant to be a form of bullying. Dwight Howard is a professional athlete who deals with far worse scrutiny on a daily basis than something as inconsequential as this.
Just enjoy it for what it is, have a laugh and relax a bit. It may even put a smile on your face.
It certainly did for me.