Best remaining free agents available for Warriors to target


The Warriors have agreed to terms with Otto Porter Jr. and Nemanja Bjelica so far in NBA free agency, while reportedly missing out on the services of Nic Batum and Patty Mills.

So where can they turn next in free agency? Here are some names still available, as of Wednesday at 10 a.m. PT:

If they can't get the deal they were seeking, and take a massive paycut?

-Dennis Schroder

-Reggie Jackson

The Warriors never thought they would have a shot at these guys, and still may not. But at this point, with salary-cap space drying up, maybe it is worth a shot to reach out to their agents to ask.

Both of them have brought some headaches to their teams in the past, but both are dynamic scorers from the guard position that would make the Warriors immediately much better.

Veteran guards:

-Avery Bradley

-Lou Williams

-Raul Neto

-Jeff Teague

Bradley is the name that the Warriors have been connected to in the past, and his skill set would make sense for them. He is a premier defensive guard, who can also spread the floor a little.

Another name to keep an eye on is Neto, who is a career 38 percent shooter from deep and a high-energy guard.

Veteran wings:

-Paul Millsap

-Danny Green

-Andre Iguodala

Most assumed that Green would land a deal above the tax-payer midlevel exception, but since he is still out there, it is possible that he will have to settle for a deal like that. He is a floor spacer, especially from the corner-3 spot, who can be a solid defender at the wing position.


Millsap is more of a power forward type than a small forward like Green, but has shown that he can space the floor a bit and also would bring some veteran savvy and toughness to the team.

I don't think I need to explain why Iguodala would be a good fit, I'll let you figure that out on your own.

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Worth a flier?

-Victor Oladipo

Oladipo was once a highly athletic scoring guard that could also defend and playmake for others. However, injuries have completely derailed his career and it is unknown what he can still bring to the court and if all his injuries are even in the past.

On a minimum deal, the Warriors could be intrigued as a low-risk flier, but it is very unclear what his market is as of now.

I guess it's still possible?

-Kelly Oubre Jr

Oubre is still out there on the market, as he never received the high-priced contract he was demanding when the season ended. It is still unlikely that he will want to return to the Warriors given his comments this offseason and his role likely diminishing even more with the acquisition of Porter.

The Warriors will still hope for a sign-and-trade possibility, and there is still a very small chance he could return.

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