Andris Biedrins hasn't arrived yet to the Golden State Warriors' voluntary workouts.
The center position has become more crowded this season, with Andrew Bogut and Festus Ezeli also on the depth chart.
“Because it’s a result-driven business, Andris will be allowed to come in and compete for his position,” said general manager Bob Myers. “He’s a professional, and I’ll leave it to the coach to decide what (Biedrins’) role will be. I’m going to try and be neutral on him not coming, and I’m going to be positive on the guys who did come. But he’s shown that he can be an effective player in the NBA. I’m going to let it play out on Andris, and I’m hoping that he comes into camp and is ready to go. I’m not going to judge him until we’ve seen him in the preseason and see what he can do.”
Myers said he doesn’t know if Biedrins can be traded or bought out.