The upcoming offseason will be an interesting one for the Golden State Warriors.
Of course, all offseasons are interesting for the fanbase of any particular team. And when compared to the offseasons of Warriors past, this one may in fact be relatively dull.
For one, Golden State does not have a draft pick.
Of the Warriors' five free agents-to-be, only Jarrett Jack does not have a player option to remain for one more season. Considering that three of the other four free agents—Brandon Rush, Andris Biedrins and Richard Jefferson—are either coming off of severe injuries or near the ends of their careers, they are all but guaranteed to stay.
Even if Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry (the other potential free agent) leave, the Warriors will only have a bench spot or two to fill. This summer will be nothing like last, when the Warriors added seven new players, including two new starters and an almost entirely new bench.
This will, however, be a unique offseason. Golden State will, for the first time in decades, attempt to fine-tune a roster. To make better what's already good. To subtly add without subtracting.