Dwight Howard (shoulder) again dismissed the idea that he's considering having surgery.
Howard's shoulder injury isn't going to go away, but he has no interest in going under the knife, a procedure that would sideline him at least six months. He had a PRP injection on Saturday, routinely uses icing methods and has received electronic stimulation. "There's certain treatments I can do and certain things I can try to work on to get it stronger," he said. Howard's shoulder is anything but certain to hold up for the remainder of the year.