The Warriors have vengeance on their minds, and they might not be done making moves to their roster this offseason.
A league source confirmed to NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole on Monday that the Warriors will be working out retired veteran guard Darren Collison this week. However, a league source told Poole that the Warriors signing veteran guard Avery Bradley is "very unlikely."
Bradley has been connected off and on with the Warriors the past few years. Golden State was "in the mix" before he signed with the Miami Heat last offseason.
The 30-year-old guard is known for his defense, making the NBA All-Defensive Team twice in his 11-year career. Bradley has bounced around the league the last few years and played for both the Heat and Houston Rockets last season. He averaged 6.4 points per game and shot 32.7 percent from deep between Miami and Houstonn.
The Warriors have one roster spot remaining ahead of the 2021-22 season, and Gary Payton II also is a strong candidate for that spot. Payton is younger than Bradley and brings the kind of defensive intensity and athleticism the Warriors are looking for right now.