The coming and going continues at warp speed, as expected, with the Warriors remodeling their roster around the acquisition of star forward Kevin Durant.
Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Klay Thompson and Kevon Looney are under contract, as is rookie forward Patrick McCaw, with rookie center Damian Jones to follow.
Meanwhile, the Warriors have welcomed three new players and reached agreement with two holdovers, while seven players, roughly half the 2015-16 roster, have left since late Wednesday night.
Center/forward Marreese Speights: The 28-year-old unrestricted free agent officially left for the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday.
Center Festus Ezeli: The 26-year-old unrestricted free agent was introduced Friday as a member of the Portland Trail Blazers.
Forward Brandon Rush: The unrestricted free agent turned 31 on Thursday, when he signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Center Andrew Bogut: The 31-year-old, with one year remaining on his contract, was officially traded to the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday.
Guard Leandro Barbosa: The 33-year-old unrestricted free agent signed Thursday with the Phoenix Suns.
Forward Harrison Barnes: The 24-year-old unrestricted free agent signed with the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night, minutes after it was allowable.
Durant: The 27-year-old unrestricted free agent left Oklahoma City, signing with the Warriors on Thursday.
David West: The 35-year-old unrestricted free agent forward/center left San Antonio, committed to the Warriors and is expected to sign in the next 24 hours.
Zaza Pachulia: The 32-year-old unrestricted free agent center left Dallas, has committed to the Warriors is expected to sign next week.
James Michael McAdoo: The 23-year-old unrestricted forward agreed Friday to a one-year deal.
Ian Clark: The 25-year-old unrestricted free agent agreed Thursday to a one-year deal.
Anderson Varejao: The 33-year-old big man is an unrestricted agent still on the market.
With 13 players either signed or committed to the roster as of early Friday afternoon, the Warriors have two spots remaining, both of which will be filled by players accepting minimum salaries.