The Golden State Warriors are continuing to load up on big man depth. After an off-season that involved them signing both Marresse Speights and Jermaine O’Neal plus the arrival of Bosnian center Ognjen Kuzmic the Warriors job to add more depth to back up David Lee and Andrew Bogut continued.

The Warriors signed another center Dewayne Dedmon. The 7-foot 255-pound USC graduate averaged 6.7 points and 7.0 rebounds a game as a junior on Southern California. Dedmon went undrafted in June and is merely hoping to compete for a roster spot for the Warriors.

Dedmon though will likely be another version of current Warriors center Festus Ezeli. Dedmon’s offensive game is average at best. He converts just 40 percent of his post-up shot attempts according to Synergy Sports Technology.