3. Robin Lopez
Finding some depth at the center position is important for the Golden State Warriors. As of now, the Dubs have only one true center in Kevon Looney. This lack of depth can be fixed by signing Robin Lopez.
Lopez has played more than 10 years in the NBA and has competed in the playoffs multiple times. His veteran experience would be enjoyed by a youthful Warriors team.
Last season, Lopez averaged 5.5 points and 2.4 rebounds in 14.4 minutes of playing time. It’s clear his prime days are behind him but his 7-foot frame will still be valuable to the Warriors. Lopez can set bone-breaking screens and use his height to anchor the defense at times.
Lopez is a solid potential addition to give the Warriors additional security in their frontcourt. It never hurts to have a guy they can call in for backup if injuries plague the season once again.