The Golden State Warriors went through a major transition this offseason. They saw Kevin Durant head east to Brooklyn and brought in D'Angelo Russell and Willie Cauley-Stein. However, despite those moves, their offseason might not be over yet. With only 13 guaranteed contracts on their roster, there is still room to make a signing or two.
Here are three free agents the Warriors could still bring in before training camp starts in September.
3. Greg Monroe
Monroe has, in ways, been phased out of the NBA because of his inability to develop a legitimate offensive game outside of the paint. He's still young and talented enough to help a team, especially one like the Warriors that already has all the major boxes checked. Depth in the frontcourt and rebounding have been an issue for the Warriors, even at their best. Monroe can provide that element, all while helping a player like WiIlie Cauley-Stein turn into an even better player.
2. Jamal Crawford
Jamal Crawford is similar to Vince Carter; it feels like they have been in the league and somewhat productive for 100 years. Although his defense has taken a backseat in recent seasons, Crawford can still light it up on offense. If given a chance in this fast-paced, quick-flowing Warriors offense, we could see some impressive performances out of Crawford next season.
1. Carmelo Anthony
At this point, it is perplexing that Carmelo Anthony doesn't have a job in the NBA. The Warriors could turn into a perfect situation for Melo. It will allow him to have the freedom to shoot and score alongside Steph Curry (especially while Klay Thompson is out with a torn ACL for the first part of the year) and also be a mentor to the younger players, all while chasing a ring.
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