Dwight came on TNT's "Inside the NBA", and basically everybody is saying that it turned into a therapy session for Dwight. Lol. To be honest, I actually liked the way Dwight handled things here. Maybe after losing so much and not receiving that adoration that he used to in Orlando, he will turn things around. Not sure though. Actions speak louder than words. He still needs to show that he can put his ego aside, and do what he can do well at an elite level. That means that on offense, he needs to set hard screens, probably be the 3rd option, and run a lot of pick and rolls. Only post up occasionally or when he has deep position. Maybe even bring back that FT% to 60%. On defense, he needs to rebound and defend at an elite level because he has the ability to do that. He can't let the offense dictate his attitude on defense. He can still be elite, but whether or not that happens is all up to him.