While NBA trade rumors are buzzing around many teams, the Golden State Warriors are already making progress in establishing their team. It turns out that the Warriors are all set to obtain the starting center Zaza Pachulia from last season's championship team. During this offseason, Golden State has managed to make some additional changes.

Bringing back some key players like Omri Casspi and Nick Young, they recently agreed to a $35 million contract for Zaza Pachulia. Reports have confirmed that the center player will be with the Warriors for one-year.

The Warriors have made similar moves with other players as they re-signed Stephen Curry for $201 million making his contract the biggest for an NBA player of all-time.

Zaza Pachulia is comfortable with the Golden State

For the past 14 seasons, Pachulia has been moving around the NBA league. The 33-year-old star obtained a good reputation and filled in for the Warriors player Andrew Bogut last year. Playing as the team's starting center, Pachulia found the Golden State Warriors to be his home as he got comfortable with the team.

He averaged 6.1 points with 5.9 rebounds, and 1.9 assists last season. His career-best was 53.4 percent, and he has been one of the key players for the Warriors. Signing up Zaza Pachulia was a good move by the team since he already knows how they function.

Golden State will keep their core players

The Warriors are probably the only team to keep their core players together. They have retained Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala, Kevin Durant, and Shaun Livingston. Apart from these players, the addition of Omri Casspi and Pachulia will certainly make them a stronger team.

In the last NBA season, Pachulia played at his best alongside Curry, Durrant, Klay Thomson, and Draymond Green.

According to the Bleacher Report, in an interview, he stated that he has always given his 100 percent. Pachulia loves to play with the maximum of his potential as he has been working hard since day one.

There is no surprise that the Warriors decided to bring him back, Pachulia fits perfectly with the present team. Given the current structure of the team, the Warriors have great potential with many key players on their side.

They have already gone to win their second title in three years.

They still have players like Kevin Durrant who re-signed for $53 million for a two-year extension. Shaun Livingston will also remain with them for the next three years after he agreed to re-sign for $24 million.