One of Dwight Howard's close friends wasn't too enthused with the center's effort at halftime. So, he sent him a text message to let him know.
It pushed the Charlotte Hornets star to one of the most dominant performances in NBA history.
Howard had 32 points and a franchise-record 30 rebounds, becoming just the eighth player in league history with a 30-30 game, and the Hornets stormed back to beat Brooklyn 111-105 on Wednesday night.
"I just thought that my energy and effort wasn't where it needed to be for our team to be successful," Howard said. "Got a text at halftime from somebody and it kind of got me motivated and gave me some extra...