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On Friday, Dwight Howard flew back to Los Angeles to get PRP treatment to his injured shoulder.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Howard is expected to play tomorrow versus the Detroit Pistons:
“He’s going to give it a go,” said a person familiar with the situation.
If he can’t play tomorrow, Mark Medina spoke to a source who said he’ll definitely play in Brooklyn on Tuesday:
The Lakers are officially listing him as a game-time decision and his recovery as day-to-day, but one source familiar with the situation said Howard will at least return Tuesday against the Brooklyn Nets.
“For sure, he will play in Brooklyn,” the source said.
Howard re-aggrevated a torn labrum in his right shoulder on Wednesday night during a loss to the Phoenix Suns.