Dwight Howard Has Ridiculous Video Game-Like Debut In Taiwan

Superman has arrived in Taiwan. Dwight Howard's debut for his Taiwanese team the Taoyuan Leopards went about as well as it could have for the former 8-time NBA All-Star. He was simply unstoppable at both ends of the floor, and put up video-game-like numbers, with an insane line of 38 points, 25 rebounds and 9 assists.

You can laugh if you want, but former 17-year NBA veteran Eddie Johnson says playing the game and receiving love like that from the fans has to be so "rejuvenating" for Howard. 

"People have no idea how this right here rejuvenates your mind," wrote Johnson. "It does not matter where you play the game, it’s the love you receive when you are between those lines. Plus he is doing things he was never allowed to do on the court. Enjoy @DwightHoward. I been there and done it!"

And D-12 certainly did have fun. And he's already promoting other shunned former NBA stars to come on over and join him in Taiwan.

"My first game was pretty, pretty fun... Melo (Carmelo Anthony), he's been celebrated his whole career so it would be great for him. And any other player who wants to come over here to Taiwan and experience the culture, the fans and the beautiful people here, I say c'mon! Come on to Taiwan."