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The Dubs’ Dwight Howard Trade Connection

The Dwight Howard “Indecision” saga is finally over.

The six-time All-Star is headed West to the Lakers, teaming up with Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Pau Gasol and the artist formerly known as Ron Artest.

With four teams involved in the blockbuster trade, it is easy for the rest of the NBA to be a little bit jealous that they weren’t invited to the trade party. The Warriors especially, are used to not being participants in deals containing a superstar player but surprisingly enough, the Warriors do have a small connection that facilitated the D12 deal.

According to Marc Spears,

That second-rounder was originally sent to the Knicks in the deal that brought David Lee to Golden State which was then shipped to Denver in the trade that brought Carmelo Anthony to New York.

Yes, I’m probably grasping at straws here to get the Warriors’ name thrown into the biggest NBA story of the summer, but isn’t that better than discussing how much better the Lakers have become or even how Denver got better with the acquisition of Andre Iguodala thus making it that much harder for the Warriors to sneak into the playoffs?

Well, isn’t it?

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  • Phil Coates

    At 7.4 million the San Francisco Bay area is the nation’s fourth largest CSA (combined statistical area) yet their basketball team has been in just two NBA finals (one title) since coming to San Francisco fifty years ago. The NBA has no clue how to run a business when it allows a handful of cash rich teams to dominate and turn 85% of the league nothing more than cannon-fodder.
    The NFL’s goal is to be a nationwide financially successful enterprise and as a result it dominates the TV ratings and almost every club has been in or won the Super Bowl since they were first held and every club has the opportunity to rebuild when they finish lower down the table…
    The fraudulent ridiculous seven team draft draw introduced by the NBA in 1985 specifically to rig it to get Patrick Ewing to New York instead of Golden State, where he rightfully belonged, shows how far up their own rear-ends the NBA’s heads are.

  • Cal

    This could end up being a tough year. So many good teams in the West, virtually every game will be tough. It will be fun to watch so many great games. Our best hopes are that some teams don’t gel at first after the trades if we want to make the playoffs.

  • TOWN BIZ

    The WEST is tough, but what’s new. The Lakers and Denver were gonna make the playoffs anyways. I just don’t like that fact that Kobe now has action at that 6th ring to tie MJ. I know one thing, Laker ticket prices just went up. Lol. ( I sell tickets ) The DUBS will not attract proven SUPERSTARS they so desperately want until they move to SF. Oakland has a bad rep and these prima donna Stars aren’t buying. Don’t be mad DUBS fans we didn’t get Superman. We have something better. Tha BAY has that Kryptonite !! GO DUBS !! PLAYOFFS 2012-13 !!!

  • WIL

    THE BIGGEST LOSER IS THE MAGIC

  • WIL

    We the warriors shouldn’t fear for anything, we hold our own fate, it just means we just have to beat two more teams (Denver and Lakers) and make our destiny even sweeter by defying all odds, we don’t want to have any excuses, we hold our destiny regardless of what any other team does, as I said before, when we beat those two teams, you are going to eat your own words.
    BRING IT ON LAKERS AND DENVER!!! NO WRITER AND NO FAN WILL EVER BE ABLE TO DECIPHER THE WARRIOR’S ENIGMA AND MISTERY UNTIL THEY SEE THE WARRIORS DISMANTLING THEIR OPPOSITION ONE BY ONE.

  • Alan

    Man, we are going to have an even tougher time against the rival Lakers!!!
    I was hoping we’d make more off-season trades/deals to make playoffs next season..

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