During the regular season, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is a busy guy.
So busy in fact, that he doesn't have time to see a lot of college basketball (other than Arizona, of course).
"I'll be honest, I didn't know anything about Patrick (McCaw) because we played all the way up until about a week before the draft and I didn't watch much college basketball, except for my alma mater," Kerr admitted during the Warriors' summer league game on Wednesday night. "So I didn't know who he was, but our scouts have been awesome the last five years.
"I have great faith in our management and our scouting staff and they told me they really liked Patrick. I said great and didn't think anything of it."
The Warriors entered the 2016 draft without a second-round pick, but they paid the Bucks $2.4 million for the rights to McCaw -- the 38th overall selection.
Through Golden State's first four summer league games, the 6'7" wing averaged 12.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.8 steals.
In the Warriors' loss to the Raptors on Thursday night, the 20-year old racked up 28 points (10-for-17 FG, 5-for-11 3s) and three steals.
"I've watched him three straight nights and I think he can play for us this year," Kerr declared. "He's smart, makes the easy play. He gets it. He understands the ball has to move. And that's how we play."
If the Warriors do in fact re-sign Anderson Varejao, here is how the roster would look (with one more open spot):
Guards: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Shaun Livingston, Ian Clark
Wings: Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, Patrick McCaw
Bigs: Draymond Green, Zaza Pachulia, David West, Anderson Varejao, James Michael McAdoo, Kevon Looney, Damian Jones
"I think he has a chance to contribute," Kerr said. "It's hard to do as a rookie, but I could see throwing him out there and him doing well."