Two signings to the Warriors |  NBA

Two signings to the Warriors | NBA

The recruitment of the Warriors is far from over since the arrivals of Donte DiVincenzo and JaMychal Green do not compensate for the losses of Gary Payton II, Damion Lee, Nemanja Bjelica, Otto Porter Jr. or Juan Toscano-Anderson. While waiting to position itself on minimum wage veterans, the franchise announced the signing of two elements.

First of all, that of Quinndary Weatherspoon who retains his “two-way contract” signed during last season. Aged 25, and passed by the Spurs, he had played 11 matches for 2.7 points on average. In the G-League, this defender was averaging 25.3 points, and he finished the Summer League with 10 points per game.

Then, the Warriors chose to invite Trevion Williams to their training camp on an unsecured contract. Undrafted, the Purdue pivot has just played the Las Vegas Summer League with Boston, and he averaged 7.4 points and 6.6 rebounds in 14 minutes.

In his final season at Purdue, he had 12.0 points, 7.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game.

Two-way contract : Designed to create a new bridge between the NBA and the G-League, this type of contract allows each team to secure the services of one or two additional players, mainly to develop them in their development league franchise affiliate but also up to 50 matches in the NBA.

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