Kenyon Martin Rumors: Warriors Interested In Free Agent PF

According to a report from CSN Bay Area's Matt Steinmetz, the Golden State Warriors are looking to add not only depth this offseason, but also so size and toughness as they are reportedly taking a look at free agent power forward Kenyon Martin this offseason.

Martin, 34, played in 42 games last season for the Los Angeles Clippers, averaging 5.3 points and 4.2 rebounds in 22 minutes per game. He's played for the Nets, Denver Nuggets and Clippers in his 12 year career.

Steinmetz also noted that the W's have interested in players like Antawn Jamison and Carl Landry. They could also could re-sign Dominic McGuire, who played some decently as a power forward for Golden State last season.

Adding point guard Jarret Jack has already increased the team's overall toughness, though general manager Bob Myers spoke about adding another free agent during a conference call on Wednesday, and in all probability that player would be a power forward.

For more on the Warriors, head over to Golden State of Mind.

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