Carl Landry was a second-round draft pick in 2007 by the Seattle Supersonics. He was traded to the Houston Rockets on draft night and played his first three seasons in the Lone Star state. He then joined the Sacramento Kings for two seasons before a season long hiatus with the New Orleans Hornets (now Pelicans) in the Crescent City.
In August of 2012, Landry singed a two-year contract with the Golden State Warriors with a player option for the second year. Landry can opt out this offseason, and due to his high level of productivity and scoring ability in the post, he could be in for a contract with more money than his current deal with Golden State.
If Landry does opt-out, the Warriors will need to find a new backup power-forward, so we give to you the five best replacements for Landry.