Kevin Durant SF
The Warriors are coming off a historic season where they broke the Bulls record of 72 wins. They are currently the title favorites even with an injured Stephen Curry. Their roster is the deepest in the league and they have very few weaknesses overall. The Warriors will have some key players becoming free agents this offseason and they'll have to decide who is worth bringing back. It seems like Harrison Barnes may be the odd man out, so the Warriors could look to the draft to either find another SF or they could look to find another big man to go behind the injury prone Andrew Bogut. Festus Ezeli will be a restricted free agent, and it seems like he will be retained, however, if the Warriors want to pursue Kevin Durant they will need to free up some cap space through trades and letting players walk. In the case that happens, the Warriors will most likely look at SF's and C's to fill out their roster.
(Updated 7/17/16) The Warriors (the best regular season team in history) were able to sign Kevin Durant (the best free agent on the market). It's a literal video game in Oakland and they are instant title favorites. Due to the signing they lost Barnes, Ezeli, Bogut, and other rotational players, but they added Zaza Pachulia and David West. They also had a great draft, selecting Damian Jones and purchasing a pick from the Bucks to select Patrick McCaw. Jones is currently injured, but he will come in and be a perfect replacement for Festus Ezeli. Patrick McCaw is a great value pick at 38 and although he is somewhat raw, he has some great tools to work with. The Warriors also signed Robert Carter Jr. who went surprisingly undrafted. Carter Jr. is a stretch 4 who has an NBA ready body and adds cheap depth to the PF position. Overall the Warriors offseason could not have gone better.
Draft Grade: A+
Estimated Cap Space
Leandro Barbosa SG, Brandon Rush SG, Marreese Speights PF, and Anderson Varejao PF
Harrison Barnes SF, Festus Ezeli, Ian Clark PG, and James McAdoo PF