Hilarious Dwight Howard action figure video released

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We know Dwight Howard has always fancied himself as a bit of a superhero - remember the Superman cape he wore in the 2008 dunk contest. Well now he's a bit closer to his goal.

The Houston Rockets are set to release a line of action figures modelled on the Center they acquired from the LA Lakers in the off-season. 

And the heralding of miniature Dwight has been accompanied by the release of a video narrated by the big man himself.

In the minute long clip we see 'Slight Howard' preparing for a big game. He takes a shower, works out in the gym, and lies in a darkened room in a state of deep thought in order to "cleanse mind, body and soul." 

We then see the six inch dunker stand on the free throw line of a full size court, optimistically with a ball ready to shoot. 

The video then ends with the toy falling off the end of a treadmill as Howard says "big things come in small packages."

No word yet if the action figure comes with customisable jerseys in the event Howard gets fed up and leave Houston for a new team. 

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