Now that we're through with the "Dwight-mare," I think we'll eventually see some of the same problems in Houston that we did everywhere else. This guy has had issues on every team he's been on, and I don't expect that to change. At some point, you have to stop talking about the issues on the other teams, and have to start talking about the fact that all those issues always happen to occur on teams that he's currently on.
First of all, McHale might as well look for something to do at the end of the year, because if they don't play well, he'll be yet another coach who bites the dust trying to coach this clown. Plus, with all due respect, I see McHale as a very average coach, at best.
Next, I expect some issues with Howard and some of the players. I see he and Harden as two players who can easily clash - Just wait 'till they lose a few games that they shouldn't, and we'll all be able to get out our popcorn, and watch the "Dwight-mare" happen somewhere else. I also look at that team as a team who loves to shoot three's, run pick and rolls, etc. They're style of play is no better for him than the Lakers style of play was. I STILL think he's going to [expletive] and whine about not getting the ball enough.
Houston will get to witness his average post game. If he's not being spoon-fed, the guy has some problems, and his touch is not soft at all. I fully expect the Rockets to lose 6-10 games just on his free throws alone. We'll probably see games where they lose by 4 or 5 points, where he goes something like 8/22 from the line.
Obviously, he's a great player, but if you look around a little bit at other team's forums, they're all glad this is over because they don't feel he deserves all this attention/hype. I think there will be much, much less drama on the Lakers next year - most of that came from Dwight. I also think that we'll do better than people expect. The lowered expectations will help us.