If Dwight Howard can accept a lessened role on the offensive end of the court, the Golden State Warriors would be a terrific fit for him. But given the whole bit about him feeling marginalized by Mike D'Antoni's system...
On the Dubs, Howard would be a tertiary option in the offense. Outside shooting and David Lee make up the first two options, although the order swings back and forth on a night-to-night basis.
Assuming he can deal with that, D12 brings so much to the table for the Golden State Warriors.
I won't go so far as to say that the Splash Brothers were the greatest perimeter-shooting duo in NBA history, but they were certainly up there. Stephen Curry's performance was unmatched, and Klay Thompson was pretty darn impressive as well.
And they did that without a constant offensive threat in the paint. Imagine what would happen if defenses couldn't leave Howard unattended down below the basket. It's hard to, simply because there's no precedent. Curry would probably just break Ray Allen's career three-point record in a single season.
Howard also brings his defensive excellence to the table in this situation, plus his always-impressive work on the boards. It's not about that, though.
Especially given the postseason breakout of Harrison Barnes, this potential lineup has the ability to be one of the premier offensive units in all of basketball.
With Stephen Curry running the point, Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes working on the wings and David Lee and Dwight Howard serving the big-man roles, how exactly does anyone gameplan? Who do they focus on stopping?
It'll be tough for the Dubs to turn this hypothetical into a reality, but it's so intriguing that they should certainly pursue it.