‘Superman’ Howard to return to NBA, meets Golden State Warriors next week…GSW needs veteran center

Something interesting is happening next week.

Dwight “Superman” Howard, 37, will meet with Golden State Warriors officials in San Francisco, California, to discuss the possibility of joining the team, The Athletic’s Shams Chararia reports.

Howard, an eight-time NBA All-Star, is no longer playing in the NBA after appearing in 60 games for the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2021-2022 season. He averaged 6.2 points and 5.9 rebounds per game for the Lakers.

Howard played for seven teams during his 18-year NBA career. He was part of the Lakers’ 2019-2020 championship team.

After leaving the NBA, Howard played in the Taiwanese league last season. This was in preparation for his return to the NBA. In Taiwan, he averaged 23.2 points and 16.2 rebounds in 20 games.

Howard has made no secret of his desire to join Golden State in recent years. In particular, he said that in 2022, he could mentor former No. 2 overall pick James Wiseman, whom Golden State traded to the Detroit Pistons last season.바카라

Howard also recently said that he would like to play for the United States in next year’s Summer Olympics in Paris, France. He “threatened” to represent Taiwan if he wasn’t drafted.

Meanwhile, Golden State agreed to a two-way contract with free agent center Usman Garuba.

A 2021 first-round draft pick of the Houston Rockets, Garuba averaged 2.8 points and 3.9 rebounds in 99 games over the past two seasons.

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