The Warriors are making room for the seven time all-star center Dwight Howard, as a decision is likely to be made tomorrow.
At this very moment Dwight Howard is at Aspen, Colorado, still undecided about choosing between the Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks and Los Angeles Lakers.
That’s not keeping the Golden State Warriors from making room for Dwight Howard as ESPN.COM reported, the Warriors had begun aggressively trying to trade away the expiring contracts of Andrew Bogut ($14 million), Richard Jefferson ($11 million) and Andris Biedrins ($9 million).
Golden State officials have found trade destinations for Bogut, Jefferson and Biedrins. The only way this happens if Howard choose to join the Warriors and if the Lakers refuse to complete a sign and trade deal. If the Lakers and Warriors work on a sign and trade deal it would have to add Harrison Barnes or Klay Thompson.