The warriors seem to want to add a player.

Deputy General Manager, Kirk Lacob, said in an interview Wednesday at Golden State, on the 95.7 The Game Resort in the San Francisco Bay Area.

"We always have lists. We always have emergency plans, "said Lacob. "You never know what's going to happen in the NBA – which could be bought by surprise, which you think could (become available)."

Lacob said the team was originally exploring the acquisition of a center. But the successful return of the featured center DeMarcus Cousins ​​has changed these plans.

"Our goal is to add a very good player – someone who has his place in the locker room, who fits this team and who really wants to be part of a championship round. and who will understand his role, "said Lacob. open to really any matter.

"We have a long list of potential players who could match that and we simply hope that someone will be free and available to us."

Cousins ​​- who missed the first 45 games of the season while he continued to recover from a torn Achilles tendon – averaged 13.9 points and 6.8 rebounds in 11 appearances with the Warriors.

Wesley Matthews reportedly showed interest in Golden State when he gave up the Knicks earlier this month. But, he signed with the Pacers.

The Warriors came into play Wednesday in the first place of the Western Conference with a record of 41-15.