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Golden State Warriors 21/22: roster, new signings, cuts and trades

The San Francisco NBA team wants to restore their roster for title contention with an attempt to charge it with crucial stats, solving their big questions.

Golden State Warriors 21/22: roster, new signings, cuts and trades

After signing Gary Payton II yesterday, few days after being waived, the Golden State Warriors finally have a confirmed 15-man roster for the NBA 2021-2022 season.

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A quick glance at the roster and the new signings

Their undefeated preseason shows how well-prepared unit of players Steve Kerr has at his disposal.

This season, the players who came in are the small forward Andre Iguodala, Serbian power forward Nemanja Bjelica, both veteran players signed from Miami Heat; Otto Porter Jr., the small forward who played at Orlando; and the rookies Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Mody along with Damion Lee, who spent the previous two seasons playing for the Warriors development team.

Number Name Position

8 Nemanja Bjelica PF

2 Chris Chiozza F

30 Stephen Curry PG

11 Jeff Dowtin PG

23 Draymond Green PF

9 Andre Iguodala F

00 Jonathan Kuminga PF

1 Damion Lee SG

5 Kevon Looney C

4 Moses Moody SG

0 Gary Payton II G

3 Jordan Poole SG

32 Otto Porter Jr. SF

11 Klay Thompson SG

95 Juan Toscano-Anderson SF

22 Andrew Wiggins SF

33 James Wiseman C

Warriors prospect first lineup

While Steph Curry and Draymond Green will secure the Warriors until the arrival of Klay Thompson, the support of Golden State’s rotation will look somewhat modified. While the shooting guard job is Klay Thompson's when he returns to the floor, Jordan Poole will be adjacent to Curry to start the season. Andrew Wiggins will use up much of the time at small forward for the Warriors, just like he did in a solid 2020-2021 campaign. As the last piece of the puzzle, Andre Iguodala will give Kerr the option to use him in different positions during the game.

Who was waived

The Golden State Warriors have waived forward/center Jordan Bell, guards Avery Bradley, and Mychal Mulder. Bell appeared in four preseason games for the Warriors, averaging 3.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in 8.3 minutes per game. Bradley averaged 4.3 points, 1.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 1.25 steals in 12.8 minutes over four preseason contests for Golden State. Mulder played in four preseason games for the Warriors, averaging 5.8 points in 10.5 minutes per game



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