The Warriors entered the offseason with no draft picks, desperately close to the luxury tax threshold and facing the possibility of losing Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry without any options for replacements.

On Tuesday, they made a mockery of their June company line about relying on "organic growth" - instead apparently culminating several weeks of wheeling and dealing by adding depth to complement the team's flashier offseason transactions.

The Warriors agreed to one-year deals with backup center Jermaine O'Neal and backup point guard Toney Douglas and signed first-round pick Nemanja Nedovic after reaching a buyout agreement with the Lietuvos Rytas team of Lithuania.

The $2 million deal for O'Neal and the $1.6 million contract for Douglas can't become official until Wednesday.

Really, nothing the Warriors have done this offseason would have been possible without the unexpected swap they pulled off with Utah last week.

Getting the NBA to process the moves in the right order Wednesday will be key, but it appears the Warriors have added an All-Star to the lineup and rebuilt their bench in an offseason that seemed destined for stagnation.

The Warriors were rebuffed at the draft in trying to jettison more than $24 million in the contracts of Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins and Brandon Rush, and NBA decision-makers and agents thought the same thing would continue to happen.

But Warriors general manager Bob Myers convinced Utah to swallow the contracts by also sending the Jazz first-round picks in the loaded 2014 draft and in 2017. The trade also included two second-round picks, which the Warriors don't value since they've been able to buy them with relative ease under their new ownership.

With the newfound money, the Warriors recovered from losing the Dwight Howard race to Houston and agreed to a four-year, $48-million deal with Andre Iguodala. To make matters even better, two days later they included Utah in a three-team trade that prompted Denver to make the Iguodala transaction a sign-and-trade deal that cost the Warriors only a second-round pick.