Warriors’ Cap-Clearing Efforts Not Solely Tied To Dwight

The Warriors have begun trying to unload contracts on teams with cap space to make room for Dwight Howard. Does that mean they’ve been told they’re getting Dwight Howard?


League sources tell CBSSports.com that Golden State has offered the likes of Andrew Bogut, Andris Biedrins and Richard Jefferson to the Hawks, Cavaliers and Jazz. The Warriors would have to unload two of the three in order to clear enough space to land Howard in a straight free-agent signing, and Atlanta, Cleveland and Utah essentially are the only teams with that kind of room.

Source: Ken Berger, CBS Sports