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5 Ways To Make the Golden State Warriors Better This Offseason

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5 Ways to Make the Golden State Warriors Better This Offseason

Mark Jackson

The Golden State Warriors are one of the best teams in the NBA, but they lack the “it” factor to be a true title challenger. There are a few small tweaks the Warriors can make this offseason to become a truly great team. Take a look at the five ways to make the Warriors better this offseason.

5. Sign Darren Collison

Darren Collison

5. Sign Darren Collison

Darren Collison

Darren Collison has shown great promise as a fill-in starter for the Los Angeles Clipper this year. The Warriors would greatly benefit from having an offensive X-factor like Collision picking up significant minutes off the bench. The Warriors need to sign Collison to contend for a title next year.

4. Re-sign Jermaine O'Neal

Jermaine Oneal

4. Re-sign Jermain O-Neal

 Jermaine O'Neal

Jermaine O'Neal is in the twilight of his career, but can be a significant contributor to the Warriors next season. O'Neal has shown fans how great he can be when given a significant amount of minutes, and would definitely be a step forward towards a championship.

3. Don't Re-Sign Steve Blake

Steve Blake

3. Don't Re-Sign Steve Blake

Steve Blake

Steve Blake is a great player, but not the playmaker that the Warriors need off the bench. Blake's contributions since being acquired via trade have been minimal. The warriors can definitely find an upgrade this offseason.

2. Add More Shooters

Spencer Hawes

2. Add More Shooters

Spencer Hawes

The Warriors are one of the best shooting teams in the NBA and should look to expand on that this offseason. The Warriors should look to sign some of the best shooting free agents to make them deadly from behind the arc. A guy like Spencer Hawes would fit the bill perfectly.

1. Pursue One of the “Big” Names

Carmelo Anthony

1. Pursue One of the “Big” Names

Carmelo Anthony

With players like LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Pau Gasol, and Dwyane Wade potentially hitting the open market this year, the Warriors need to make a push for at least one of the big free agents hitting the market this offseason. The Warriors' newfound success and strong fanbase would make them a contender for any upcoming free agent.