Found October 19, 2012 on HoopStuff:
  Added: Carl Landry (FA), Jarrett Jack (Trade), Lost: Nate Robinson, Dorell Wright Draft: Harrison Barnes (1st Round, 7th Overall), Festus Ezeli (1st Round, 30th Overall), Draymond Green (2nd Round, 35th Overall) Free Agency Analysis: The Warriors only made two real moves in free agency, but both truly improved the team. First the team finally found a legitimate backup big man in Landry, who has proven to be one of the best backup bigs in the NBA. He is a very good inside scorer and rebounder despite his relatively small size. He will be a great backup to David Lee and could move Lee to center and play with him in small lineups. They were also part of a three-team trade with the Hornets and 76ers trading small forward Dorell Wright, who had fallen out of favor and who they had already upgraded with Richard Jefferson and Harrison Barnes, and receiving a very much needed backup point guard in Jarrett Jack. Jack is also one of the top backups at his position in the league. He is a spa...
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