Team workouts take place during the morning sessions along with scrimmages while the evening is more about drills and conditioning in offensive and defensive sets.
"It feels great kind of surreal the season is already starting again," said third-year guard Klay Thompson. "It's fun to get back out there and sweat and compete."
The Warriors made a number of acquisitions to bolster their roster that reached the conference semi's last season, but lost key contributors Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry to free agency this off-season.
"We know exactly who Toney Douglas, Andre Iguodala, Jermaine O'Neal, and Mo Speights are," head coach Mark Jackson said. "We know who those guys are because of their body of work what they do. What they bring to the table makes us a better basketball team."
Jackson didn't give much insight about possible starting lineups and rotations, but did say "It doesn't matter who starts a game. Our guys will play hard."
Second-year forward Harrison Barnes agreed with Jackson. "The level of competition is better just because our goals are higher," Barnes said. "Before we came in and I think we're just trying to win a couple games [laughs] you know and call it a season."
The competition for a potential reserve guard spot is already fun to watch as camp invitees Seth Curry and Cameron Jones spent a few minutes shooting three's as the morning session wrapped up noticeably draining everything they put up from beyond the arc.
On his younger brother trying out for Golden State, Stephen Curry said "It's pretty special, I can't believe he's here. I'm proud of him."
Meanwhile 7-foot center Ognjen Kuzmic was working on improving his free throw shooting which stood at 69 percent in the Spanish league.
Elsewhere another invitee forward Joe Alexander sat out with a walking boot on his left foot while first-round pick Serbian guard Nemanja Nedovic is reportedly still working out this visa thus the Warriors have 17-of-18 players currently in camp.
Day 2 begins tomorrow morning at 10 a.m.