5. Marvin Williams
Marvin Williams is the prototypical stretch-four the Golden State Warriors need. He has been one of the more consistent 3-point shooting big men in recent years and fits with the team nicely.
Last season, the Dubs ranked 27th in total 3-pointers and 29th in 3-point percentage. Only D’Angelo Russell connected on more than 100 deep shots and there is a huge gap to be filled with him now off the roster.
The return of Curry and Thompson will patch up the Dubs’ shooting woes but there is no question that Williams could help even more. Williams has shot 38.1 percent from behind the arch in the last three seasons and is a trustworthy offensive player.
Williams is nearing the back end of his career and should be willing to take on a one-year deal to help the Dubs.