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The former Lakers could have their chance to play with Curry after being on LeBron's side

By James Brown

The Los Angeles Lakers have passed from re-singing some players that now could get a chance with the Golden State Warriors

The Los Angeles Lakers have passed from re-singing some players that now could get a chance with the Golden State Warriors

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Two of the NBA teams that can get the most out of the players are the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors. The two NBA teams can maximize them in their rotations.

Time and time again players sign with either the Lakers or Warriors and raise their stock in the process. Both teams are proficient in scouting and development and have fostered environments that allow players to blossom and be at their best.

Now, three former Lakers players in the last couple of years are having some workouts with the Golden State Warriors. According to Michael Scotto of Hoops Hype, the Warriors recently welcomed several veteran players to work out for the team. Three of the seven veterans who were brought in recently spent time in Los Angeles. The former Lakers will pass from playing with LeBron James to play alongside Steph Curry is they get picked by the Warriors.

“The Golden State Warriors continue to host NBA veterans for workouts. Recent participants included former Warriors Kent Bazemore, Juan Toscano-Anderson, and Dewayne Dedmon, along with free agents Will Barton, Jaylen Nowell, Stanley Johnson, and Derrick Favors, league sources told HoopsHype.”

The Golden State Warriors are reuniting with former Laker Dwight Howard

Another interesting name with a purple and gold past that the Warriors could be seen signing is the big center Dwight Howard, who had a critical role with LA to win the 2020 NBA championship title. According to NBA insider Shams Charania, the GSW and Dwight Howard are having a meeting, as the Dubbs want to sign a veteran backup center. 


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