Emeka Okafor > Dwight Howard
Before you have a spasm over that statement look past the hype and analyze the numbers
This was supposed to be the category that Dwight Howard was going to have a huge advantage in this season. The word was that Dwight Howard was going to impress us with Shaq in his prime type of numbers, unfortunately for him, that hasn't happened. At some point Dwight is going to have to develop a true back to the basket low post game instead of relying on pure athleticism ( as insane as his athleticism may be ) if he wants to develop into the player that everyone wants him to be. The summer Following Emeka's rookie year, he attended Hakeem Olajuwon's big man camp. For the first 25 games of last season Emeka trying to emulate Hakeem's graceful offensive moves was an unholy site, this year thankfully he has come to the realization that he needs to play his own game and not somebody else's.
Emeka is currently leading the league in blocked shots by almost a full block per game. This comparison isn't even close.
Dwight is among the league leaders here. When he gets his hands on the ball down low, its automatic
Dwight Howard has been struggling passing out of double teams this season and as a result he is a hair under 4 turnovers a game.