Warriors look to build on already-young squad from The Modesto Bee
Dozens of good players will be available, and the Warriors have no single glaring need that could be filled in the draft. That frees Mullin and general manager Rod Higgins to choose their favorite player available, and then give him a few years to establish himself.
"We're trying to keep our options open to every possible scenario," Mullin said. "To me, it's hard to justify picking a position player at the ninth spot who isn't that good of a player.
"The ideal situation is to pick the best player available. We have some improvements that need to be made."