- 1st Round, Pick No. 7: SF Harrison Barnes, North Carolina
- 1st Round, Pick No. 30: C Festus Ezeli, Vanderbilt
- 2nd Round, Pick No. 35: SF Draymond Green, Michigan State
- 2nd Round, Pick No. 52: C Ognjen Kuzmic, Bosnia
The Warriors snagged Barnes, who was expected to be a top-five selection in most mocks. He's a bit of a one-dimensional player at this point, but that one demension (shooting) is way off the charts. If he can become a consistent defender and rebounder, he has the ability to be a game-changer in Golden State.
With Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes, the Warriors have perhaps the scariest 1-2-3 shooting corps in the NBA.
Festus Ezeli is a very solid backup big man with above-average athleticism, and he provides the Warriors with a much-needed backup center.
Draymond Green was my vote for the most underappreciated player in the draft. With his versatility and work ethic, he was a steal at 35.