Ahead of the NBA tip-off, the Golden State Warriors are still making changes to their roster. One of the most recent decisions they made was against the wishes of Stephen Curry and Draymond Green.

Last September, the Warriors signed 30-year-old Avery Bradley to a non-guaranteed contract as the 15th and final member of the team. However, it did not last long as the Dubs decided to waive Bradley, as well as three other players over the weekend.

As it stands, the Warriors’ last spot is once again open and while it seems there was nothing intriguing about the cutting of Bradley, The Athletic's Marcus Thompson II reported Sunday that Curry and Green were not in favor of it.

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“Stephen Curry and Draymond Green were among a group of strong advocates for keeping (Avery) Bradley,” Thompson wrote. “The almost 31-year-old entering his 12th season didn’t look especially impactful in his preseason run. But those who favored Bradley weren’t at all concerned about how a proven veteran looked in preseason. Instead, they saw Bradley as someone with the credibility to help their hopes for a deep playoff run.”

Last month, Warriors coach Steve Kerr revealed that though they are not sure about what to do with the 15th roster spot, the higher-ups are really scrutinizing candidates who can fill in the position.

“The way we’re looking at it is that it’s up in the air,” Kerr said via NBC Sports. “We may or may not use it, but that’s what training camp is for.

It will be an interesting couple of days ahead for the Warriors.