Steve Kerr said that the Golden State Warriors need to address their lack of athleticism in the upcoming draft and free agency.

"I think we need to be more athletic, for sure. We're obviously very skilled. But we don't have an overly athletic team. We've lost a lot of bounce and a lot of pop on the wings -- even at the center position. (So) right now, we're not big enough or athletic enough to get where we want to be," said Kerr on Tim Kawakami's The TK Show podcast. 

Kerr added that he and Bob Myers agree that their current roster is incomplete.

"We have the draft and we have free agency to address all that stuff. And potential trades. I think (general manager) Bob (Myers) would be the first to tell you this roster is far from being finished," added Kerr.

The Warriors have the No. 2 pick in the draft, a $17.2 million trade exception, and the mid-level exception to improve the roster.

The Warriors reportedly prefer to draft a wing with the No. 2 pick, though they are also exploring trade scenarios