So far this offseason, the Golden State Warriors have addressed the team's backcourt issues by adding depth through the draft. The additions of guards Klay Thompson and Charles Jenkins will upgrade the bench and allow the Warriors' starting backcourt to play fewer, more effective minutes.
However, one glaring weakness that still remains to be addressed is the Warriors' lack of a legitimate center to be an interior force on both ends of the court. It's no secret that the team sorely needs an intimidating shot-blocking presence on the inside as well as someone who can catch and score consistently in the post.
Here is a look at the top centers in the free agent market and what they could potentially bring to the Warriors franchise.