Odds & Ends: Howard, Ellis, Barnes, Sleepers

The news of the night is that Dwight Howard will make his Lakers debut tonight at the Staples Center against the Kings, tweets Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski.  The offseason's biggest storyline was rumored to be on track to play tonight, but it is now official.  Tip off is just over a half hour away.  Here are some other odds and ends from around the league:

  • Monta Ellis, who was traded to the Bucks for Andrew Bogut this past season, has a new outlook in Milwaukee, writes Shams Charania of RealGM.  Ellis is through worrying about personal accolades, he says, and is concentrated only on winning with his new team.  Charania says that Ellis and Brandon Jennings are building chemistry, while adding that Ellis is expected to opt out of his deal after the year and Jennings could be a restricted free agent.
  • Given the Clippers roster, Matt Barnes didn't seem like the best fit when he signed with the team in September.  But Barnes has been raising eyebrows in training camp and preseason, Broderick Turner of the LA Times writes.
  • The team of writers at HoopsWorld looks at which NBA team will be this years' biggest sleeper.  Believe it or not, all five guys chose different teams.  Here is the list: Raptors, Bucks, Nuggets, Warriors and Wizards

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