Golden State has made several moves over the last 12 months and are likely ready to make a move into one of the better teams in the NBA Western Conference, but the Warriors still have issues with depth, especially if Stephen Curry goes down with another injury.
Flynn was a first-round draft choice in 2009 and had a productive rookie season with the Timberwolves, but injuries have hurt his career since, and the young point guard is looking for a new team to rejuvenate his career.
Last year, the 23-year-old averaged just 4.5 points and 3.3 assists, but his athleticism and defensive prowess would be a good fit as a backup in Golden State. The Warriors lack depth in the back-court, and despite having a strong starting unit, they must address this need during the summer.
The NBA ratings exploded during the playoffs this past season and will only improve if teams like the Warriors make improvements. With the team now in San Francisco, the franchise is poised for a big improvement, but winning isn't easy and having a strong bench is necessary for this team to take that next step as a true contender.