Magic fans welcome home their hero, Dwight Howard

The Orlando crowd got creative to welcome home their old buddy Dwight Howard.

Tonight, Dwight Howard returns to Orlando. Chris Duhon and Earl Clark, too, but nobody seems to care about them except for this guy:

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Aside from that wonderful gentleman, the rest of the Orlando crowd is filled with Howard signs of varying creativity. Observe:

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Pretty straightforward.

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Pretty lazy.

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Pretty misogynistic.

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Decent, but you got one-upped by this guy:
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How mad do you think "Dwight Coward" guy is now that he called Howard by his regular first name? That's pretty humiliating. Speaking of humiliating, we leave you with this individual who's very excited about the fact that people sometimes call Dwight "Superman":

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Lovely. Well done, Magic fans.

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