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Dwight Howard gets roasted by Nick Cannon during a show 'Wild 'N Out'

Dwight Howard has been under a lot of critics because of the way his career turned out to be in the last couple of seasons. Even though Howard is still a very productive player, the NBA community develops a lot of jokes about Dwight that eventually turned into memes.

Now they even made it live during a Friday night's Wild 'N Out.

The eight-time NBA All-Star was roasted by a whole team of people, plus host Nick Cannon:

The new Washington Wizards center took the mic for the "Wildstyle" rap battle final round and was an easy target for the red squad, who roasted his tenures with the Orlando Magic, Atlanta Hawks, and Houston Rockets.

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Nick Cannon said: "I ain't gonna lie Dwight, you've been in the league for a long time but we don't even know who the hell you play for."

Howard was clearly enjoying his time on the show, saying afterward how he had been trying to come on for a long time. He also got in some decent insults of his own during the show so it's not all bad.

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