The offseason has barely begun and the Golden State Warriors have already made ripples that will be felt up and down the roster for the foreseeable future.
They wheeled and dealed through the NBA draft to land explosive, 22-year-old combo guard Namanja Nedovic. They also shed the contracts of Andris Biedrins, Richard Jefferson and Brandon Rush, along with five total picks (two first rounders and three second rounders) to acquire Andre Iguodala.
Though the starting lineup is set, barring another Dwight Howard change of heart or unforeseen David Lee salary dump, the Warriors still need to set up the rest of the roster.
With Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry signing free-agent deals, there is plenty of work left to do.
And it appears they'll have the assets to do so. According to Marcus Thompson of San Jose Mercury News, the Warriors will own several trade exceptions and even though they won't be able to necessarily sign players (over the cap), they can trade for players without incurring taxes.
With that being said, the top seven to eight players are set and it'll be interesting to see how the minutes and responsibilities will fall to each player.