So, Anthony Randolph is said to be available, along with every other player on the Warriors' roster? Look, the Warriors are 7-17, and there are only three teams in the league worse than them right now. Put it this way: Every player on the roster should be available. However, getting to the nuts and bolts of it, Randolph isn't likely to go anywhere unless Corey Maggette goes along with him. I find it hard to believe the Warriors would move Randolph unless they can send Maggette and his contract -- three-plus years -- along with him. Time to clear up a little misconception about coach Don Nelson and his role when it comes to personnel matters. Point is, he doesn't have much of one. From what I'm told, general manager Larry Riley certainly doesn't clue in Nelson on the day-to-day of what's going on. In fact, Riley makes a point not to include Nelson on everything because he knows how itchy Nelson can get when it comes to this kind of stuff. If the Warriors do make a trade, Nelson isn't going to be the one doing it. The Stephen Jackson trade was all Riley and the next trade will be all Riley, too. Andris Biedrins and Ronny Turiaf are getting close to returning, and when they do it will be interesting to see what happens. We should really be able to measure their importance. For better or worse, the two big men have been isolated, and without them, we've gotten a real good look at this team and its interior deficiencies. We know both Biedrins and Turiaf should help with rebounding and defense. But the real issue is whether their return will actually help the Warriors win more games. That's how you'll know they're valuable. I keep waiting for rookie Stephen Curry to be more careful with the ball, but it hasn't happened yet. Curry can be clever with the ball, no doubt, but he can also be a little too cavalier with it. He's averaging 2.7 turnovers per game and his assist-to-turnover ratio isn't even 2-to-1. Not ready to proclaim this a long-term problem yet, but it is time he begins to show some improvement in that area.