NBA free agency 2019: Ten shooters to keep 'janky' defenses at bay
The 33-year-old averaged 18.1 points per game while shooting 39 percent from 3-point range for the Sixers last season.
Redick's dependable shooting would give Golden State an elite 3-point shooter in the starting lineup while Thompson recovers from injury, keeping defenses honest on Curry. However, with Redick's age and production, he might be seeking one last long-term contract, leaving the Warriors out of the mix.
Matthews has developed into a dependable shooter over his 10-year NBA career. A career 38 percent 3-point shooter, Matthews shot 36 percent last season with the Pacers.
If he's available for cheap, it would be wise for the Warriors to take a look.
The veteran has made his niche in the league as a marksman, shooting 37.9 percent from 3-point range throughout his career. Ellington averaged 12.0 points over his last 28 games with the Pistons last season, including 37 percent shooting from 3-point range.
It remains to be seen what he'll command on the open market, and if the Warriors can afford him.
The youngest Curry brother is very familiar with Golden State, having spent some time on both its G-League and NBA teams. He shot 45 percent from 3-point range last season and could be a good get for the veteran's minimum.
Clark was a frequent guest at Oracle Arena during Golden State's most recent playoff run, and he shot a career-high 37 percent for the Warriors in his last stint with the team, during the 2016-17 season. Despite his two-year absence from the Bay Area, Clark still is universally loved within the Warriors organization.
Bullock didn't shoot the ball well over his last 19 games with the Lakers, but he's a career 39 percent 3-point shooter who would fit in Warriors coach Steve Kerr's offense. If the Warriors can get Bullock for cheap, it could be a steal.
Tolliver got his start in Golden State nearly a decade ago, forging a bond with Steph Curry. Since his first stint in the Bay Area, he's carved a niche as a reliable shooter, making 37 percent of his 3-pointers over his 12-year career.
His career hasn't panned out the way the former top-10 draft pick would've planned, but he's still a capable shooter. He made 41 percent of his 3-pointers last season for the Sacramento Kings.
He shot 42 percent from 3-point range over his last 24 games in Cleveland, but the former first-round pick has had trouble finding a home, playing on three different teams over the last 12 months.
At 25, though, he still has promise and would be a cheap option for the cash-strapped Warriors.
Meeks is a career 37-percent 3-point shooter who has shown the ability to score in bunches. Following a league-mandated suspension, he shot 44 percent from 3-point range for the Raptors. He could be had for the veteran's minimum.