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Although the Golden State Warriors have a potential opening in the offseason, they seem unwilling to pursue Dwight Howard.
Per Marc Stein of the New York Times the Warriors " insist that they will not pursue the eight-time All-Star.
Howard is currently standing for next season Under contract, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com stated that the veterans center and Brooklyn Nets were ready to conduct buyout talks when his deal with the team officially becomes official on July 6.
The Nets agreed To take over Howard from the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for Timofey Mozgov, two second-draft picks and cash on June 21
Ben Rohrbach Yahoo Sports first threw out the idea of Howard's Golden State:
"Howard was at his peak in 2009 when he led the Orlando Magic over LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers and into the Finals, surrounded by Sagittarius giving him space to operate in the post office or as the Rollman gave in Stan Van Gundy's outbreak offensive, he made 70 percent of his 560 attempts in the restricted area. Defensively, he was a monster to cross the league in blocks and fend off the mistakes of his teammates in one of the League's best defensive lines. "
The Athletic Anthony Slater threw cold water on this fire because the Warriors already interpreted their plan to become" young, hungry, and smaller " and the" Front Office "felt [the] Stinging "from Nick Young's disappointing season after signing with the team last summer.
The Warriors have Jordan Bell as their only center with a contract Howard had a productive season for the Hornets in 2017-18 with an average of 16.6 points and 12.5 rebounds in 81 games.