I'm surprised the Warriors are this low. It's insane how much talent this team has. If they learn to stop acting like a bunch of jackasses I can see them team being like the Phoenix teams from a few years ago.
depth chart (http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/teams/depth?team=gsw)
Jamal Crawford is listed as the top man here but there are trade rumors aplenty so this is their likeliest route. CJ Watson is a very serviceable backup so they do have depth at this position
Again, very solid at this position. Monta is their main guy with Anthony Morrow and Belinelli both capable backups. Not really much need here for a 2 spot.
The Warriors strongest position with Stephen Jackson, Magette, and Azubuike. Earl clark would be a good fit for this team but I really don't see them bringing another SF in with so much money dedicated to these guys. I also see them grooming Randolph to be a SF so if any of the aforementioned guys leave--Randolph will fill in
Randolph, Brandan Wright and Super Mareo are here.. not the toughest group you'd like but lots of talent to develop. PF is an option but there really aren't any guys worth looking at with this pick
Andris Biedrins is there man here. He's young and he's a rebound machine. They also have Turiaf who is a great energy guy and can fill in when necessary
Jrue Holiday. Likely has the most potential of all the guys left. He doesn't really have a weakness other than not having the best handles, which won't matter with Monta being the primary ball handler here. He's versatile and can play both guard positions when need be without much of a production dropoff. His arrival also makes Jamal Crawford (which is good for the Bobcats )