The Warriors have a chiseled 7-foot, 255-pound center in their training camp, a big man who moves well, plays a physical style and alters opponents' shots in the paint.

Get this: It's Andris Biedrins.

It hasn't stopped them from looking for another one, but the Warriors seem convinced they once again have a legitimate center option in the maligned Biedrins.

"Dre looks awesome. You can see in his face that he's checked in," point guard Stephen Curry said. "He's huge for us. Any team needs an anchor and to have a backup wall that can step up and change shots.

"Dre is back."

The Warriors chased top free-agent center Tyson Chandler, who signed with the Knicks. They've turned their attention to the Clippers' DeAndre Jordan, a 6-11, 265-pound 23-year-old whom they expect to sign to an offer sheet today for four years, $40 million.