2012 NBA Draft: Golden State Warriors Work Out Jared Sullinger, John Henson, Marquis Teague And More

The Golden State Warriors have so many draft picks (the 7th, the 30th, the 35th and the 52nd) that it makes sense for them to work out as many players as possible. This week they will be working out several players, all of whom could be useful for Golden State in the near future.

Here's the list of names courtesy of Sam Amick.

Jared Sullinger of Ohio State is a definitely lottery pick, and he definitely could be a complementary big man at the next level.

John Henson from North Carolina could also be picked pretty high considering his athleticism and overall upside, with the possibility of becoming a starting power forward in the future.

Marquis Teague from Kentucky is also a possibility later on as a potential future point guard for the team.

Other players being worked out include Andrew Young from Clemson, Michael Eric from Temple, and Bernard James from Florida State, who could be picked later on.

Talk about the Warriors working out Sullinger, Henson, Teague and more by going over to Golden State of Mind.

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