Dwight Howard: May or May Not Be Traded, Always Down for Call of Duty

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One of the biggest stories of the NBA's elongated off-season was the ultimate destination of superstar center Dwight Howard. With one year left on his contract, Howard reportedly requested a trade, but backed off his demands. The latest reports claim that he may even start the season in Orlando. Fans will have to wait and see.

No matter where Superman ends up, he'll be packing a console and controllers. Howard is one of the biggest gamers in the NBA, and he's got a sweet spot for the Call of Duty franchise. He's not alone. The latest iteration, Modern Warfare 3, generated $1 billion in sales in only 16 days. To date, the COD franchise has brought in approximately $6 billion.

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One of the biggest stories of the NBA's elongated off-season was the ultimate destination of superstar center Dwight Howard. With one year left on his contract, Howard reportedly requested a trade, but backed off his demands. The latest reports claim that he may even start the season in Orlando. Fans will have to wait and see.

No matter where Superman ends up, he'll be packing a console and controllers. Howard is one of the biggest gamers in the NBA, and he's got a sweet spot for the Call of Duty franchise. He's not alone. The latest iteration, Modern Warfare 3, generated $1 billion in sales in only 16 days. To date, the COD franchise has brought in approximately $6 billion.

Count Howard among those who spend their nights trying to get through one more game in multiplayer. View the video above to hear the superstar center talking about his favorite video game and why he's so addicted to COD.

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