Three teams bolstered their bench on Friday with one-year deals. The Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Oklahoma City Thunder reached out and signed veterans with home to provide depth for the upcoming season.

Warriors re-sign Zaza Pachulia

Pachulia is coming back to the team he won a championship with. Pachulia returns to the team on a one-year deal worth $3.5 million according to his agent, Mark Bartelstein. The contract is actually a raise from last year as he made $2.9 million last season.

Pachulia went back and forth between starting and coming off the bench for the Warriors this last season.

He averaged 5.1 points and 3.8 rebounds in the postseason and scored in double figures four times. Pachulia joins a slew of free agents signed by the Warriors this offseason as Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, David West, and Shaun Livingston have re-signed with the team. The team also signed veteran Nick Young.

Cavaliers sign Jeff Green

Green comes to Cleveland on a one-year deal worth $2.3 million according to USA Today. Green had been in active talks with Lebron James about coming to Cleveland. The Cavaliers were looking for players that could defend multiple positions as they look to retool a team that wants to make the NBA Finals for a fourth straight year. Green comes at a price though, as the team's payroll is at $135 million with their tax bill as $46 million.

Green played for the the Orlando Magic this past season and averaged 9.2 points. Green joins Kyle Korver as the team's other free agent signing this offseason. Green turns 31 this year.

Thunder sign Raymond Felton

Felton has signed a one-year deal to join the Thunder, according to Chris Haynes of ESPN. Felton is expected to be the backup point guard to Russell Westbrook.

Felton served as a backup to Chris Paul this past season with the Los Angeles Clippers. Felton averaged 6.7 points and 2.4 assists in a reserve role last year.

Felton joins a list of players in a busy offseason for the Thunder. Paul George was traded to the Thunder for Victor Oladipo and Damantas Sabonis. The Thunder re-signed Andre Roberson to help add defense and three point shooting.

Then, the Thunder signed Patrick Patterson from the Toronto Raptors. Last season, Westbrook needed help to keep the Thunder alive during the season. General manager Sam Presti has done the best he can do to find players to help the former MVP.