Warriors GM Bob Myers hinted that he's uncertain on Carl Landry's future with the team.
Landry has a player option for next season, but he's expected to opt out in search of a bigger payday and a multi-year deal. Given the way he played this season, Landry should have no problem commanding at least a two-year deal worth $5-$7 million annually, and that would put the Warriors in a very difficult position in an effort to retain him.
The Warriors will play Kent Bazemore at point guard in summer league.
This could be an experiment if Jarrett Jack leaves in free agency, or it could mean nothing at all. Bazemore will play for Golden State's summer league team, but it's unclear if he'll have a real role on the Warriors next season. It will largely depend on his development.
Bob Myers is hopeful the Warriors can work out a way to re-sign unrestricted free agent Jarrett Jack.
Jack proved his value to the Warriors this season and professed his love for the team, but he's going to draw a ton of interest in free agency and may have priced himself out of the Warriors' plans. Jack could command as much as $7-$10 million annually on the open market, especially if a team needs a starting point guard, and the Warriors have their hands tied in how much cash they can throw at him. If the Warriors lose Jack, it will be very difficult to replace him.
Bob Myers expects Andrew Bogut (ankle) to be 100 percent before next season begins, but he admitted that he "doesn't know what kind of water that statement holds."
In other words, nobody really knows what's going to happen with Bogut's ankle in the offseason. The center admitted he could "hardly move" during Golden State's Game 6 loss to the Spurs, and he's had issues with the ankle ever since undergoing microfracture surgery. It's something that Bogut is likely going to have to deal with for the remainder of his career.
Warriors GM Bob Myers expects Brandon Rush (torn ACL) to pick up his player option for next year.
Rush would have a hard time earning more than a minimum contract with incentives given that he's coming off of an ACL tear that kept him out for the season, so we'd guess Rush will return to the Warriors as well.
Harrison Barnes passed the NBA's concussion tests after his hard fall during Game 6 on Friday, which resulted in six stitches above his right eye.
Barnes heads into the summer in good health, and he'll be a not-so-secret sleeper pick in fantasy leagues after lighting up for playoff averages of 16.1 points on 44.4 percent FGs and 85.7 percent FTs, 6.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 0.6 steals and 0.4 blocks.
Andrew Bogut (ankle) admitted that he could "hardly move" during the Warriors' Game 6 loss to the Spurs.
He will spend his summer in Australia, resting his ankle while working out to keep his weight down. "I anticipate that three or four months rest should do a world of wonders," he said. Bogut showed flashes of dominance in the postseason but as usual the success of his 2013-14 season is contingent upon his notoriously fragile health.