‘Superman’ Howard, angry at the demand for a monthly cut from $200,000 to $70,000, “It’s insulting. Still, James and his son Bronie come to Taiwan!”

NBA ‘Superman’ Dwight Howard, who played for the Taiwanese T1 League’s Taiowan Leopards, was reportedly offered a humiliating salary cut.

In a recent interview with Taiwan’s TVBS News, Howard was furious, saying, “I was offered a 65% cut. It’s very insulting.”

Howard played in the Taiwan League this year after effectively ending his NBA career with the LA Lakers in the 2021-2022 season.

It is known that Howard received super-special treatment of $200,000 per month.

His season performance averaged 23 points, 16 rebounds and 5 assists.

However, the club demanded a pay cut, saying Howard hadn’t helped the team rebound at all. The Leopards went 6-24 despite Howard’s addition.토토사이트

A 65% cut would save you $130,000 per month. That’s just $70,000 per month.

It seems unlikely that Howard will accept this. However, it is known that Howard wants to continue playing in Taiwan. He may even come to an agreement at a moderate level.

Meanwhile, Howard offered to “come to Taiwan” to LeBron James after Chris Paul, despite his insulting pay cut proposal. He also said, “Broni, his son, come too.”

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