5 Free agents who should be on Warriors' summer wish list

These five players should be on Golden State's radar in the coming offseason.
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2. Kyle Anderson

The Warriors already have a player who functions well as an offensive connector in Draymond Green, but having two players of a similar archetype is not always a bad thing. Kyle Anderson got his start in the NBA playing alongside some of the greatest to ever do it when he was drafted to Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker's Spurs.

It was there that he picked up on the winning habits of champions. Kyle never won a championship in San Antonio, but he shared the locker room with players who went to war with some of the best players of all-time in the NBA Finals over the course of their careers.

After spending four seasons in the Alamo City, Anderson signed in Memphis where he would soon be joined by Ja Morant and begin returning to the playoffs once again. Applying what he learned from his time with the Spurs, Kyle left the Grizzlies having been to the playoffs five times in eight professional seasons.

Since then, he has been contributing at a high level for the Timberwolves. His shooting percentages have taken a dip this season in Minnesota, and the team may not be overly eager to re-sign him. But Anderson has proven himself in this league time and again, and he will almost certainly bounce back. He would be an excellent veteran addition for the Warriors.