Warriors Not Expected to Add Anyone to Vacant Roster Spots

January 31, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson (far right) instructs point guard Jarrett Jack (2, far left), power forward David Lee (10), power forward Carl Landry (7), and small forward Harrison Barnes (40) during the third quarter against the Dallas Mavericks at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Mavericks 100-97. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Despite having two roster spots available, the Warriors are not expected to make any additions to the their team, two separate reports indicate.

The Bay Area News Group reports that the Warriors are not particularly intrigued by the buyout/waiver market, and will likely not sign anybody. DeJuan Blair and Timofey Mozgov, two players they were interested in, were not bought out.

The report also states that Mark Jackson would not like to mess with team chemistry or the rotation by adding another player, and would like to see their full roster in action.

Along the same lines, a source tells Yahoo! Sports: “Don’t be surprised if no one is added due to difficulty of landing playing time.”

The two vacancies were created when the Warriors traded away Charles Jenkins and Jeremy Tyler before the deadline in order to cut salary.

Topics: Golden State Warriors, Mark Jackson

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