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Dwight Howard—the same 32-year-old that has spent the last several seasons brewing beef as he scoots from team to team, that Dwight Howard—made a little history tonight. With a 32-point, 30-rebound game in the Hornets’ win over the Nets, he put together the first 30-point, 30-rebound performance that the NBA has seen in eight years, and only the second one since 1982.

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In front of a sparsely populated crowd, thanks to New York’s snowstorm today, Charlotte came back from a 23-point deficit to win by a score of 111-105.

Just 123 more 30-30 nights until Howard will catch up to Wilt Chamberlain there.