Sign a free agent
There are options that aren’t necessarily internal; however, some just don’t make sense.
Currently, on the free-agent market, the Warriors could take a chance on Meyers Leonard who hasn’t played this season or Enes Freedom, formerly Enes Kanter, who was waived by the Rockets after the Celtics traded him.
Leonard makes sense, but given he hasn’t played since being waived by the Thunder after being traded to Oklahoma City, both transactions happening shortly after his anti-Semitic slur, there’s not much known about if he has a market for a potential return.
He did average 6.1 points and 5.1 rebounds per game during the 2019-2020 season. He was at 10.8 and 9.1 respectively per 36 minutes. Technically, Leonard could be an option, as could Freedom.
Freedom, a former top-three pick, played 35 games for the Celtics. He averaged just 3.7 points and 4.6 rebounds per game. Considering his perimeter defense isn’t even at Bjelica’s level, it just doesn’t make much sense for the Dubs to bring in Freedom.
Both could be signed, but I’d expect any potential issue to be resolved internally at this point in the season.