In late June, the Warriors extended Pat McCaw a qualifying offer (worth $1,744,951) to make him a restricted free agent.
He is yet to sign an offer sheet with another team.
If he does, the Warriors will have the ability to match.
So where do things stand between McCaw and Golden State?
Warriors GM Bob Myers provided an update when talking to Tim Kawakami on the TK Show podcast:
"We had some good talks in Las Vegas. We want Patrick back, but we understand that it's a process, just like they do. We hope it ends with him coming back as a Warrior.
"That's our focus, that's our goal. Can't say right now what will happen, but that's our hope."
After a promising rookie season, McCaw -- the 38th pick in the 2016 draft -- took a step back last year.
He averaged 4.0 points, 1.4 assists and 0.8 steals over 16.9 minutes per game last season.
The 22-year old shot below 41 percent from the field and below 24 percent from deep.
He missed 13 games in the middle of the season after suffering a wrist injury, and then had the scary fall in Sacramento on March 31.
"We love Pat and we really hope he's back," assistant GM Kirk Lacob said weeks ago. "We'll see how this process plays out."
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller