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Warriors' Anderson Varejao: Cleared for training camp
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Varejao (back) is good to go for the start of training camp, Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman reports.

Varejao has dealt with some back issues for a good portion of the offseason, which was the reason he was forced to sit out of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. However, after an additional couple of months off for further rest and recovery, Varejao is feeling refreshed and shouldn't face many limitations in camp. With Zaza Pachulia expected to start at center and Draymond Green also seeing time at the position when the Warriors roll out their 'death lineup,' Varejao will have a tough time picking up major minutes during the upcoming campaign.

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Warriors' Scott Wood: Signs with Warriors
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wood signed a training camp deal with the Warriors on Friday, Anthony Slater of the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Wood most recently played abroad for UCAM Murcia in Spain after going undrafted out of NC State in 2013. The 26-year-old will have a very tough time making Golden State's final 15-man roster.

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Warriors' Kevon Looney: Cleared for training camp
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Looney (hip) is good to go for the start of training camp, Anthony Slater of San Jose Mercury News reports.

Looney was reportedly on track to return for training camp earlier this month, so this most recent update only confirms original expectations. He underwent surgery for a torn labrum on his left hip roughly five months ago, but after a full offseason for rest and recovery, he's back to full strength. Unfortunately for Looney's value, he remains on a stacked roster and will have a tough time finding significant minutes in his third NBA season. He'll offer the Warriors a deep reserve in the frontcourt and could see time in the D-League for additional development throughout the season.

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Warriors' Zaza Pachulia: Enters season as starting center
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Pachulia will enter the season as the Warriors' starting center, Anthony Slater of Bay Area News Group reports

Pachulia agreed to a team-friendly deal with the Warriors during free agency back in July, after the team opted to trade away Andrew Bogut, who started at center in 66 games during the 2015-16 campaign. With Festus Ezeli also no longer on the roster, Pachulia has a clear route to enter the season as the team's starting center, which was confirmed by coach Steve Kerr on Wednesday. Pachulia should provide a solid defensive presence for the Warriors, while he'll also be counted on to clean up on the boards. However, with a stacked roster and the opportunity to play small ball throughout the season as well, there's a chance Pachulia sees a slight decrease in playing time during his 14th NBA season.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGStephen Curry , PG30.1
RPGDraymond Green , PF9.5
APGDraymond Green , PF7.4
FG%Stephen Curry , PG50.4
FT%Stephen Curry , PG90.8
3P%Stephen Curry , PG45.4
BLOCKSAndrew Bogut , C114
STEALSStephen Curry , PG169
MPGDraymond Green , PF34.7
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