C.J. McCollum roasts Dwight Howard over stickum after loss to Thunder

BY Jovan Buha • March 23, 2016

With 11 seconds remaining and the Houston Rockets trailing the Oklahoma City Thunder by two points, James Harden tried lobbing a pass to Dwight Howard for an easy basket that would've tied the game:

The only issue: Harden carelessly threw the ball a little too high for Howard, who wasn't able to grasp it, resulting in a turnover, and ultimately, a loss:

After the game, Portland Trail Blazers guard C.J. McCollum took a playful shot at Howard, suggesting that he needed stickum -- an illegal adhesive substance Howard was caught using last weekend -- to catch the ball:

Ouch. McCollum isn't the first player to roast Howard either.

Thunder center Steven Adams joked that Howard might miss free throws because of stickum, too:

Don't do the crime if you can't pay the time, which in this case seems to be Howard being mocked by his contemporaries.

Jovan Buha covers the NBA for FOX Sports. Follow him on Twitter: @jovanbuha.


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