4. Enes Kanter
Enes Kenter surprised many when he emerged as a legitimate scoring option with the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2016. His sound post scoring and soft touch from the mid-range helped him average 15.2 points across his two and a half seasons with the Thunder.
Since then, Kanter has spent time with the New York Knicks, Portland Trail Blazers and Boston Celtics. Each team acquired him for his consistent production in the frontcourt. So far in Boston, Kanter is posting solid statistics and is part of their most effective three-man lineup including Jayson Tatum and Grant Williams (minimum 30 games played).
Kanter is a bit flat-footed on defense and can be a liability. But, his strong rebounding skills mostly make up for this weakness. His presence would add experience and depth to the Dubs who currently have few true centers on the roster.
Next season, Kanter is set to make $5 million dollars with the Celtics. He can choose to opt-out of this deal and sign for an extra million dollars with the Warriors if they are interested in him. If the Dubs fail to attract any better players, Kanter could wind up on their wish list.