After the morning session, head coach Mark Jackson said that first-round pick Nemanja Nedovic would be arriving in the Bay Area this evening from Serbia to join the team for Tuesday's practice.
Nedovic missed the first three days of camp as his visa was being worked out. An ankle sprain kept him out of summer league action, but he competed throughout European championships notably outplaying Tony Parker in their second-round meeting.
However Nedovic isn't guaranteed playing time at either guard spot. "It's going to be tough for anybody to just come in and be able to play for us," Jackson said. "But he'll have an opportunity."
One member of the Warriors backcourt depth Kent Bazemore is enjoying the camp atmosphere. "I just try to make my teammates better, the intensity at practice has been off the charts," Bazemore said. "We battle every day and drills go down to the wire."
Rookie centers Ognjen Kuzmic and Dewayne Dedmon - both competing for a potential reserve role - were seen working together on sharpening their post-up game and spin moves to the basket. The guy each hopes to backup is Andrew Bogut who was impressed with the talent the front office has brought in.
"The organization has been great, continues to try and get better," Bogut said. "It's a blessing to be a part of an organization like this that doesn't just go out there an just sign players for the hell of signing player. They do their research with a smart analytical team that addresses needs."
Meanwhile forward Joe Alexander again wore a protective boot on his left foot (tibial stress reaction) and did not practice for the third consecutive day.
Day 4 of training camp begins tomorrow morning at 10 a.m.