Though they were mostly pleased with the work of Steve Blake, acquired at the trade deadline, the Warriors continue to explore options in search of a point guard to play behind All-Star Stephen Curry.

One target under consideration, according to multiple reports, is Knicks guard Toure' Murry, who showed flashes of potential in limited play as a rookie last season.

The Warriors are among several teams said to be interested in Murry, who at 6-foot -5, also has the skills to play off-guard.

New York likely will make a qualifying offer to Murry, making him a restricted free agent and preserving the right to match any offer from another team.

Meanwhile, the Knicks reportedly are interested in Blake, a free agent coming off a contract that paid a reported $4 million per season. That deal, however, was signed when Blake joined the Lakers in 2010, with the expectation he would start.