Over the offseason, the Warriors made three transactions, the first being made on June 7, when the team signed Bill McGill. McGill would not be on the team's final roster. On September 1, the Warriors purchased Bob Warlick from the Detroit Pistons. Warlick would spend two seasons with the Warriors, averaging 8 points per game during his tenure. On September 7, the Warriors traded Guy Rodgers to the Chicago Bulls for Jim King, Jeff Mullins, and cash. The trade marked the end of Rodgers' eight-year tenure with the Warriors. After the trade, he would play for the Bulls, the Cincinnati Royals, and the Milwaukee Bucks. King would play with the Warriors for three complete seasons before being traded in the beginning of the season to the Cincinnati Royals. Mullins would stay with the team for ten seasons, retiring in 1976.