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Dwight Howard Says He Doesn't Really Know Who Is on Warriors Roster

Veteran center Dwight Howard is getting ready for his first season as a member of his hometown Atlanta Hawks. His preparations seem so extensive, though, that he isn't paying attention to the rest of the league. On Friday, when speaking with SiriusXM NBA Radio, Howard revealed that he hasn't "even looked at" the league's newest superteam in the Golden State Warriors, via James Herbert of CBSSports.
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