KEY POINTS

  • Three former Lakers hope to nail a roster spot with the Golden State Warriors
  • Damion Lee seems to be the only player who may have an edge over other players
  • The Dubs have a sincere interest in Isaiah Thomas, but nothing set in stone

The Golden State Warriors have some open roster spots, and it appears head coach Steve Kerr is looking to add a couple of guards.

There are a lot of them in the NBA free-agent market, notably Avery Bradley, Quinn Cook and Isaiah Thomas.

The three NBA veterans are set to work out with the Dubs this week.

Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated revealed that the Warriors are looking to add two guards and one big man to their training camp roster.

 LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers reacts to Avery Bradley #11 LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers reacts to Avery Bradley #11 Photo: Getty Images | Harry How

Bradley, Cook and Thomas would have to slug it out with Damion Lee, Mychal Mulder and Gary Payton II--players who have no guaranteed contracts--to earn the final roster spots.

Of those names, Lee may have the best chances. He has been a rotational player last season with the Warriors.

But with word that Klay Thompson is set to return, his playing time is expected to diminish.

Bradley and Thomas were once effective players to have on the bench. But a lot has changed since then.

In addition, Bradley spent last season with the Miami Heat but was hardly a factor. Meanwhile, Thomas has shown he still has the hops but has failed to land him a spot on any NBA team.

The Lakers were reportedly close to giving Thomas a shot. However, all that went down the drain when Rajon Rondo returned to Los Angeles.

 Isaiah Thomas #4 of the Washington Wizards drives around George Hill #3 of the Milwaukee Bucks Isaiah Thomas #4 of the Washington Wizards drives around George Hill #3 of the Milwaukee Bucks Photo: Getty Images | Stacy Revere

Thomas, along with Mike James and Darren Collison, was given workouts by the Lakers before the Rajon deal was sealed.

Cook could also have good chances, considering he was part of the Warriors from 2017 to 2019.

Moreover, je spent the last two seasons with the Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers but was hardly a factor.

The Warriors currently have 16 players on their roster but only 13 guaranteed contracts.

Bradley, Cook and Thomas could have an opportunity although the ex-Lakers will have to show something special for Kerr and company to seriously consider them.