2012 NBA Mock Draft: Warriors Could Take Jared Sullinger, Bradley Beal, Perry Jones

The Golden State Warriors have plenty of places they could upgrade, and they could have three draft picks with which to fill up their roster with the best possible players.

HoopsWorld mentions three possible picks for the Warriors with their first pick in the first round of the 2012 NBA Draft. Jared Sullinger could become a potential complimentary player to mix right in with Andrew Bogut to bang inside in the post. Bradley Beal could become the next shooting option to pair with Stephen Curry now that Monta Ellis gone. And Perry Jones could be an athletic four-type that could really upgrade the rebounding, an area Golden State has not been good at for quite some time.

The Warriors look at a myriad number of options with their second pick in the first round, which has them picking Jeff Taylor, Tyshawn Taylor, or Kyle O'Quinn.

Talk about Sullinger, Beal, Jones and whether any of them could fit in well with the Warriors over at Golden State of Mind.

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