On the other hand, with Weber officially out of the picture, the Warriors are now expected to sign veteran point guard Jose Calderon. It's up in the air if the Warriors will offer the roster spot to a buyout player, or seek another 10-day contract from a D-League player.
The Warriors have one of the best backup point guards in the National Basketball Association in Shaun Livingston. The Warriors most likely believe that he'll look better surrounded by the copious amounts of talent that Golden State possesses than he does helping the Lakers' young core run an offense.
Deron Williams was released by the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday, cleared waivers on Saturday and quickly came to terms on a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers that, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst and Dave McMenamin, will be made official Monday.
James O'Connor and Ali Williams held on Paris cocaine charge
Ali Williams has spent the night in a police cell after being arrested on suspicion of attempting to buy cocaine. The arrests occurred a little after 3am local time outside of a nightclub near the Champs-Elysees.
Calderon appeared in only 24 games for the Lakers this season.
Calderon is slated to become an unrestricted free agent after attempting to be bought out by his current team in the Los Angeles Lakers.
According to Bleacher Report's Ric Bucher, the Dubs would prefer to sign Calderon over former Golden State center Andrew Bogut if given the choice. Is Calderon going to move the needle for the Warriors? A roster move is expected to be announced within the upcoming days. However, one thing that Calderon offers that Livingston doesn't is outside shooting.