Not everyone is a fan of Dwight Howard's decision to move to Houston, including Shaquille O'Neal.
O'Neal bashed the 27-year-old player for his move to the Houston Rockets, saying that the big man center couldn't handle the pressure in Los Angeles.
On Friday, Howard took to Twitter to confirm the Rockets trade, writing, "I've decided to become a member of the Houston Rockets. I feel its the best place for me and I am excited about joining the Rockets and I'm looking forward to a great season. I want to thank the fans in Los Angeles and wish them the best."
O'Neal, 41, known not to be a fan of Howard had a few words to say about his NBA future, stating that he needed a "little town" like Houston.
"It was expected," O'Neal said of Dwight's decision, according to The Orlando Sentinel. "We've all been in L.A. and not a lot of people can handle being under the bright lights. Everybody wants to do it, but when you get there, there are certain pressures. I think it was a safe move for him (Dwight) to go to a little town like Houston."
Last year, O'Neal made it clear that he didn't think Howard was the best center in the NBA, when he stated that Brook Lopez and Andrew Bynum was better than Howard.
"Dwight Howard, who's a pick-and-roll player, some people say he's the best center in the league, but me being an old-school center," O'Neal said.
Howard spent the 2012-2013 season with the Lakers, averaging 17.1 points and 12.4 rebounds, while playing through shoulder and back injuries.
Last week, when Howard met with the Lakers to discuss his free agency decision, Kobe Bryant told him that he must be willing to learn how to win championships first.
"You need to learn how it's done first, and I can teach you here," Bryant told Howard during the Lakers' presentation. "I know how to do it and I've learned from the best--players who have won multiple times over and over."
Meanwhile, Howard has already changed his Twitter profile image to a picture of him in a Houston Rockets jersey.
"Houston we have liftoff," he posted on Instagram July 6.