Dwight Howard visited the Golden State Warriors last week, but it doesn’t appear that they are planning to sign him right away.
Prior to the start of training camp, which is next month, the Warriors are not anticipated to add Howard or another seasoned center, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. Golden State would rather have the option of signing a big man later in training camp or perhaps even during the regular season.
In the ensuing weeks, Howard may now meet with other clubs, according to Charania.
Over the course of two days, Howard visited with the Warriors. This week, it was rumored that Howard, who also intended to train alongside Draymond Green and Chris Paul, had the support of the team’s older players. Green expressed disappointment over the report’s disclosure.
It’s still possible that Howard will eventually sign with the Warriors.
The 37-year-old Howard inked a contract with the Taoyuan Leopards of Taiwan’s T1 League last year, and he is still bound to that organization. Even while the opposition is undoubtedly far weaker than in the NBA, Howard’s new club didn’t waste any time in setting some spectacular records.
In addition, Howard continued to be fairly productive in 2021–2022, his final NBA season, while playing for the Los Angeles Lakers.