After weeks of scouring the trade market for bench help, the Warriors on Wednesday acquired talented offensive guards Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks from Boston in a three-team deal that sent Toney Douglas to Miami.

Since the transaction hadn’t been made official by the time the team’s morning shootaround ended, Warriors general manager Bob Myers and head coach Mark Jackson declined comment. They’ll address the media before Wednesday night’s game against Denver.

Andrew Bogut wouldn’t talk specifically about the deal, but the Warriors’ center said the franchise’s front office has always delivered on its promise to be active and consistently seek improvement.

“You never want to get too comfortable in the locker room, because you could get that phone call. But, at the same time, you know that it’s nothing personal and they’re trying to get better,” Bogut said. “You better put your work in every day and play as hard as you can if you want to stay in this organization.

“History has shown with the Warriors that you could have stayed here, just getting by and going through the motions. But now, there is a demand on professionalism and a demand on guys doing what they’re supposed to do and what they’re paid to do. If you don’t want to do that, I think they look to move you out.”

The Warriors rank last among the NBA’s 30 teams in bench points (22.8), field-goal percentage (38.7 percent) and assists (3.9). They’re 29th in minutes (14.1), 26th in steals (2.2) and 25th in plus-minus (negative-1.8).

The franchise is hoping that Crawford, 25, and Brooks, 24, can help bump up those numbers.