Editor's note: Monte Poole, Logan Murdock, Drew Shiller and Grant Liffmann participated in NBC Sports Bay Area's inaugural Warriors Ultimate Draft. All four chose squads from a 25-man pool of legends from the last 30 years, plus five "classic" players from before 1990. Our team of experts will dissect and analyze the merits of each team until a winner is crowned.
These six players weren't selected by any of our experts, but maybe they should've been. Here are the snubs from the Ultimate Draft.
Attles is one of the organization's defining figures. He has played, coached and worked for the Warriors ever since the team moved to the Bay Area in 1962.
He was a worthy role player alongside Wilt Chamberlain during the 1960s, and Attles became the first Black head coach to win an NBA championship when the Warriors swept the Washington Bullets in the 1975 NBA Finals.
Meschery averaged 12.9 points per game in six seasons as a Philadelphia/San Francisco Warrior. He was an All-Star in 1963 and led the Warriors to the 1967 NBA Finals alongside Attles and Rick Barry.
The Warriors retired Meschery's No. 14 later that year.
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Dampier played seven seasons with the Warriors, peaking during the 2003-04 season. He averaged a career-high 12.3 points and 12.0 rebounds per game, as well as 1.9 blocks.
The big man signed with the Dallas Mavericks that summer and never reached similar production again.
Marciulionis became the first Soviet player to join the NBA in 1989, a year after he led the Soviet Union to a gold medal at the Seoul Olympics.
He played four years with the Warriors, coming in second in Sixth Man of the Year voting in 1992.
Foyle played 10 years with the Warriors and was part of the "We Believe" team in 2007. Though he never averaged more than 6.0 points or 7.0 rebounds per game, he has become one of the team's most consistent faces.
These days, Foyle is the team's community ambassador. He has held the position since 2014.
Biedrins had some great moments with the Warriors. He was at his best during the 2008-09 season, averaging a career-high 11.9 points and 11.2 rebounds per game.
But his play soon trailed off, and the Warriors traded him just before beginning their dynastic run. Nonetheless, Biedrins remains a fan-favorite to this day.
Warriors Ultimate Draft snubs: Al Attles, Andris Biedrins not selected originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area