The Golden State Warriors are making their final roster preparations in advance of the season, and that includes signing Deyonta Davis and waiving Will Cherry, per the team.

The Warriors have the talent to win a championship. There's no doubt about that with Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and DeMarcus Cousins leading the charge.

But their depth is a serious question. They will rely on young players to solidify the second unit. Until Cousins returns from his Achilles injury, the Warriors will need to have others step up and fill in. Davis, 23, could potentially be a fill-in. He is entering his third year in the league.

Last season, Davis played 62 games for the Memphis Grizzlies. He only played around 15 minutes per game, but his per-36 averages were impressive. Davis averaged 13.7 points and 9.5 rebounds per 36 minutes. Perhaps the Warriors think he can help strengthen their frontcourt depth until Cousins returns and solidifies the unit.

Cherry, 27, was signed to an Exhibit 10 deal so, in all likelihood, he will end up playing with the Warriors' G League affiliate, the Santa Cruz Warriors. Cherry has only appeared in eight NBA games during his career, all coming with the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 2014-15 season.

Golden State is gearing up for its run at a third straight championship and fourth in five years. They are the overwhelming favorite to win it all, but they are still tinkering with the roster before the 2018-19 season begins.