Dwight Howard Has Cut Out All Sugar In His Diet…

Dwight Howardand now the Lakers have won 8 of their last 10 since the All Star Break and are in the 8th play off spot in the Western Conference… and all this happened after Dwight mentally recommitted himself to playing better and a big part of this had to do with:

cutting sugar completely out of his diet so he could get into the kind of shape he needed to be in to be the Lakers’ defensive anchor and run coach Mike D’Antoni’s pick-and-roll sets

Coincidence?  Hmmmmm.

Hopefully he’s following the low carb higher fat diet Kobe is.

*Photo credit from the LA Times.

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