OAKLAND (Bleacher Report) – The Golden State Warriors were quiet suitors in the Dwight Howardsweepstakes, but they dropped out in the early days of July. Kenyon Martin doesn’t fit Howard’s superstar role, but his caginess would add a necessary element to Golden State’s roster.
Kenyon Martin only averaged five points per game in 42 appearances for the Clippers last season, but Golden State don’t need scoring. It will have consistent buckets coming from Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes.
Golden State’s frontcourt is talented, but it’s inexperienced and fragile.
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