Report: Dwight Howard joining Chris Paul and Draymond Green for workout after meeting with Warriors

On Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors reportedely brought in an established veteran center for a free agent meeting. According to multiple reports, Dwight Howard recently met with the Warriors on a free-agent visit in the Bay Area.

Following his meeting, the eight-time All-Star is reportedly set to join a pair of members of the Warriors for a workout on Thursday. According to Jason Dumas of KRON4 News, Howard will head to Los Angeles for a workout with Chris Paul and Draymond Green. 

Dumas also reported the Warriors’ veterans have signed off on the idea of signing Howard.

Via @JDumasReports on Twitter:

Howard spent last season in Taiwan playing for the Taoyuan Leopards of the T1 League. Before moving to Taiwan, Howard played 18 seasons in the NBA.

His last appearance in the league was with the Los Angeles Lakers. During the 2021-22 season, Howard played in 60 games with the Lakers, averaging 6.2 points on 61.2% shooting from the field with 5.9 rebounds in 16.2 minutes per contest.

Howard is an eight-time All-Star and was named to the NBA’s All-Defensive Team five times.

During his career, the veteran has played for the Los Angeles Lakers, Charlotte Hornets, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers, Washington Wizards and Orlando Magic.

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