The Golden State Warriors have had a highly unpredictable offseason, but they managed to acquire Andre Iguodala, Marreese Speights, Jermaine O’Neal, Toney Douglas and Nemanja Nedovic to fill up the roster.
The biggest free-agent acquisition by far this summer was Iguodala, and it was a real surprise during the Warriors’ chase for Dwight Howard. Iggy was very impressed with the organization during the playoffs and had expressed interest in joining the squad.
The Warriors also made some smart decisions by finding players with the same skill level to fill vacancies left by PF Carl Landry and Festus Ezeli's injury. Speights and O’Neal will be on the floor for less than 20 minutes each night, and they can maximize their energy and skill level.
Toney Douglas came over from the Sacramento Kings, and the Warriors sneaked into the draft to pick Nedovic in order to fill the vacancies left by Jarrett Jack and Brandon Rush.
The squad will have to adapt to the new talent coming in, but there is a lot of diverse skill coming off the bench. With that being said, let’s see how each new addition will fit into this exciting Warriors team.