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NBA News Roundup: Steph Curry wants to finish his career in Golden State, Dwight Howard thinks he’s a Hall of Famer and more

Steph Curry is still one of the best players in the NBA today. Curry has a contract with the Golden State Warriors until the end of the 2025-26 season. He will be 38 years old at the time, which means he’ll likely finish his career at Golden State.

Meanwhile, free agent center Dwight Howard believes he belongs in the Hall of Fame. Howard is one of the best players of his generation despite being hampered by injuries since leaving the Orlando Magic. Some people even think that I have deserved to be part of the NBA 75.

Here is the latest NBA news roundup for July 30 brought to you by Sportskeeda.

Paolo Banchero, Chet Holmgren to play at Jamal Crawford’s Pro-Am

Chet Holmgren of the OKC ThunderSteph Curry of the Golden State Warriors

If Howard remains unsigned for next season, he could try to become a WWE superstar. He recently showed up in a WWE tryout in Nashville, Tennessee. WWE trains their talent at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. Howard’s first team in the NBA was the Orlando Magic.

Matthew Dellavedova back in the NBA, signs with the Sacramento Kings

Matthew Dellavedova of the Cleveland Cavaliers

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Dellavedova spent last season back at home in the NBL for Melbourne United. He averaged 10.3 points and 4.3 assists last season. He led United to the number one spot in the NBL standings, but they were eliminated by the Tasmania JackJumpers in the semifinals.

Edited by Juan Paolo David


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