Sport Warriors bringing in Avery Bradley, Langston Galloway to training camp
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Golden State’s training camp is going to be interesting.
The Warriors have an open 15th roster spot and are looking at two guards/wings to fill that spot (and potentially eat up some minutes untilreturns). for the slot, if the Warriors choose to fill it. They are bringing and to camp to compete for that spot, but those two are not alone, reports Shams Charania of The Athletic. and are getting shots.
Warriors to work out Isaiah Thomas, Quinn Cook, Avery Bradley and others, per report
The Warriors reportedly want to sign two guards and a big man for training campThe plan, according to Spears, is for the Warriors to work out a wide variety of free agents. They'll play 5-on-5 with the idea that they will ultimately sign two more guards and one more big man before training camp. Training camp contracts do not guarantee roster spots during the regular season. Teams are allowed to carry 20 players in the offseason but only 15 during the regular season.
Free agent Avery Bradley has agreed to a deal with the Golden State Warriors, sources tell me and.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania)
The Golden State Warriors are signing free agent guard Langston Galloway to a training camp deal, sources tell me and.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania)
Bradley worked out with the Warriors this week and impressed them enough to get invited to training camp. Bradley brings strong on-ball defense, but his offense slipped last season in Houston (less so in Miami earlier in the season), scoring 5.7 points a game in limited minutes and shooting 29% from 3.
Galloway might be the best of this group, having played 40 games for the Suns last season (but he was not part of the playoff rotation), averaging 4.8 points a game but shooting 42.3% from beyond the arc and looking like a rotation player. Mychal Mulder filled this end-of-the-bench role for the Warriors last season and will be in training camp. Gary Payton II played for the Warriors in Summer League and has a contract guarantee that lands during training camp, but he didn’t play well enough in Las Vegas for the Warriors to give him the job.
Warriors working out Avery Bradley, Quinn Cook, Isaiah Thomas this week
The Warriors are expected to use their 15th roster spot on a guard, the question is who?Gary Payton II played for the Warriors in Summer League and has a contract guarantee that hits during camp, forcing the Warriors to make a decision. Mychal Mulder had this same role for the Warriors last season and will be back in training camp. However, the Warriors are not done, working out veterans Avery Bradley, Quinn Cook, and Isaiah Thomas this week, and two of them could get invites to training camp to fight for that last spot. Marc Spears of ESPN’s The Undefeated breaks it down.
One player who will not be part of Warriors camp is point guard.
After a strong week of workouts with the Warriors, I'm told Isaiah Thomas left town without a deal commitment and the belief is he will seek out a more clear opportunity to make a team elsewhere, as the Warriors prioritize wing and frontcourt depth.
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater)
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