Move over, Blake Griffin. Because while you may be the new kid on the block in the NBA, Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has been running the block—and putting in plenty of work on it—for a few years now. So it should come as no surprise that Superman managed to post his 31st (yes, his 31st!) career 20-point, 20-rebound game last night against Griffin's Los Angeles Clippers on NBA TV Fan Night.
And after he got done putting in work on the court, the starting center for the Eastern Conference's 2011 NBA All-Star team dropped by NBA TV Fan Night to discuss why he was able to have so much success last night, how workouts with Hakeem Olajuwon last summer have helped improve his game and what Griffin should expect later this month when he plays in his first NBA All-Star Game.
To see exactly what Howard had to say—and to watch a handful of other NBA TV Fan Night videos featuring some of the NBA's biggest superstar players—make your way over to the NBA Fan Night site now. We promise: Dwight Howard might be one of the best shot blockers in the league today—but he won't block your view. Now, go get in the game.