NBA Hall-of-Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hasn't been afraid to express his opinion this offseason of Dwight Howard's decision to leave the Los Angeles Lakers.

On ESPN's "First Take" earlier this week Abdul-Jabbar continued to bash Howard.

"Dwight's basketball IQ is not up to speed for him to be a dominant player. He has problems at both ends of the floor and he doesn't have a go-to move."

Howard worked with Abdul-Jabbar during his one-year stay with the Lakers but he doesn't agree with the franchise legend.

"You can’t win three Defensive Player of the Year trophies and be stupid" Howard told the Houston Chronicle. "That can’t be done. And I don't think any coach that has ever coached me has said I have a low IQ for basketball."

Several Lakers greats have criticized Howard's decision but he isn't worried about what Abdul-Jabbar and others have to say.