Draymond Green noted the lack of familiarity on the Golden State Warriors roster following practice on Friday.
"Just the lack of familiarity. You get used to a certain thing for so long, and then it's not that. The normal reads that you would make, just kind of second nature, you got to make sure they're there. It's just a lot more making sure everyone's on the same page, or getting there. Everybody's not on the same page, which is to be expected," said Green.
The Warriors lost Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, and Shaun Livingston this offseason.
Klay Thompson will be out until at least the All-Star break.
Green added that the new signings appear to have a high basketball IQ.
"A lot more teaching. For us guys who have been here for a while, it's a little difficult some of these practices ... You can teach some things about basketball, but you can't really teach IQ. You can teach people what to do -- however, this seems to be a pretty smart team. There's not really any idiots. Some teams you've got some idiots. It's not really any idiots [here], so that's good. Everybody seems to be able to think a little bit, so that's great."