Five players competing for final roster spot with Warriors
Who will Myers pick?
With 14 players receiving guaranteed contracts, the Warriors have invited five players to training camp to audition for the 15th and final roster spot... -- Monte Poole
The small forward’s solid career at Oregon was not enough to convince a team to draft him. So here he is, trying to bring his all-around game to the NBA by making a championship-caliber team. Cook has the body type the Warriors love and is able to guard multiple positions. But is he ready for the NBA? -- Monte Poole
The shooting guard has spent five years shuttling about the D-League, Russia, Israel and Greece, with brief sniffs of the NBA. The Warriors know him; he played for their Vegas Summer League club in 2013 and their Santa Cruz affiliate that fall. A Northern Arizona product (and cousin of former Stanford standout Landry Fields), he’s more of a midrange shooter than a bomber. -- Monte Poole
A prototypical center’s physique, but more athletic than most. McGee has spent the last seven seasons bouncing about the NBA. Drafted by the Wizards in 2008, he was traded to the Nuggets in the middle of his most productive season (2011-12). McGee’s biggest barrier has been himself, as he struggles with team concepts and is prone to mental lapses. He has the best chance to win the job and the Warriors want that to happen. -- Monte Poole
The point guard filed for early entry in the 2013 draft and went unselected. He has since been a part of four organizations (Boston, Portland, Philadelphia and Phoenix), playing a total of 148 games, with 11 starts. He’s a willing defender, a pest, but not much of a scoring threat. He’s a longshot to make this team. -- Monte Poole
Never has there been much doubt about the scoring ability of this shooting guard. The former first-round pick (Portland, 2010) has scored in most every non-NBA place he has landed, including the Santa Cruz D-League affiliate. He has played in 109 NBA games with five different franchises, despite significant injury issues. This may be his last chance to stick. He's the dark horse to win the final spot... -- Monte Poole