Golden State Warriors Roster Count: 2019 Training Camp

Alfonzo McKinnie of the Golden State Warriors

After a wild NBA offseason, training camps are fast approaching. Teams around the league are scrambling to iron out their rosters and will have plenty of decisions to make before rosters condense at the start of the regular season.

Below is a list of the contract types the Golden State Warriors have heading into training camp. This resource will be updated as players are signed and waived. Check back often to see if your team’s roster configuration has changed.

Golden State Warriors

Total Roster Count 17
Guaranteed 13
Non-Guaranteed 2
Two-Way Deals 2
Exhibit 10 Deals 0
Guaranteed Contracts Non/Partial Guaranteed
Stephen Curry Alfonzo McKinnie
Klay Thompson
D’Angelo Russell Two-Way Contracts
Draymond Green Damion Lee
Kevon Looney Ky Bowman
Willie Cauley-Stein
Jordan Poole Exhibit 10 Deals
Jacob Evans Devyn Marble
Omari Spellman Andrew Harrison
Alec Burks Juan Toscano-Anderson
Glenn Robinson III
Alen Smailagic
Eric Paschall

For a complete list of all the NBA teams and links to each team’s roster breakdown, check out our 2019 NBA Training Camp Index. Follow the curators of this database, Chris Crouse and Austin Kent, on Twitter.

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Shaun Livingston Retires From The NBA

Fifteen years after being drafted, Shaun Livingston is calling it a career, as he announces on his Instagram.

“After 15 years in the NBA, I’m excited, sad, fortunate and grateful all in one breath. Hard to put into a caption all of the emotions it takes to try and accomplish your dreams. I wasn’t supposed to be here.

Anybody that has beat the odds understands the mental and emotional strain it takes to inspire yourself on an uphill war, let alone inspire others. “The injury” gave me a chance to find and prove to myself [and the world] that I wouldn’t be defined by my circumstances. With my time in the League what I will be most proud of is the fact that my character, values and faith were tested, and I persevered…”

Livingston was selected with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2004 draft and suffered a catastrophic knee injury early in his career. That could have forced him to call it quits but he rehabbed and altered his game, becoming a trusted veteran off the bench.

The point guard won three championships as a key member of the Golden State Warriors. He totaled 833 games played during his NBA career.

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Golden State Warriors NBA 2K20 Ratings

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors

Every hoops season, video games like NBA 2K20 play a significant role in shaping basketball culture and this year is no different. For proof, look no further then the wave of fans and athletes alike desperate to get their hands on the individual player ratings included in the latest release.

We’ve broken down the overall ratings for each player and sorted them by team so that you can see how your squad stacks up against the rest of the league.

Golden State Warriors NBA 2K20 Ratings

Player Position Rating
Stephen Curry PG 95
Klay Thompson SG 89
D’Angelo Russell PG 87
Draymond Green PF 86
Willie Cauley-Stein C 79
Kevon Looney PF 77
Glenn Robinson III SG 74
Alec Burks SG 73
Omari Spellman PF 73
Alfonzo McKinnie SF 72
Alen Smailagic PF 71
Eric Paschall PF 71
Jacob Evans SF 71
Jordan Poole SG 70
Damion Lee SG 70

This table is updated as of Sep. 11, 2019

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Mike Dunleavy Jr. Named Assistant GM Of Warriors

Mike Dunleavy Jr. of the Chicago Bulls

The Golden State Warriors have announced that Mike Dunleavy Jr. will be promoted to the role of assistant general manager with the franchise. Dunleavy will fill the vacancy following the promotion of Kirk Lacob to executive vice president of basketball operations.

Dunleavy Jr. joined the Warriors last season as a scout after a 15-year career in the NBA.

Although he jumped around over the course of his playing days Dunleavy Jr. spent his first four seasons in the NBA with the Warriors. It was there that he developed into a reliable rotation piece.

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Zaza Pachulia Retires, Joins Warriors As Consultant

Zaza Pachulia of the Detroit Pistons

After a one-year stint with the Detroit Pistons, Zaza Pachulia is returning to the Golden State Warriors, the team announced. This time, however, Pachulia won’t serve as a player but as a team consultant.

Pachulia, 34, won a pair of titles with the Warriors in 2017 and 2018 but saw his veteran role diminish in his lone year with the Pistons. His retirement as a player comes after 16 seasons in the league, many of them as a starting center.

Pachulia averaged 7.8 points and 7.9 rebounds per game for the Atlanta Hawks back in 2011-12 and routinely made it clear that his value in a team’s front court was his physicality.

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Warriors, Andrew Harrison Agree To Exhibit 10 Deal

Andrew Harrison of the New Orleans Pelicans

The Golden State Warriors have agreed to a training camp deal with Andrew Harrison, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The contract will give the Dubs a chance to get a good look at the 24-year-old who has spent the past two seasons with Memphis, Cleveland and New Orleans.

Harrison also spent time with EuroLeague club BC Khimki in Russia toward the end of 2018-19.

The Warriors have 14 guaranteed contracts so Harrison could technically be an option to stick with the team when the 2019-20 campaign begins.

Harrison, a second-round pick back in 2015 played sparingly for the Pelicans last season but was a rotation piece for the Grizzlies in the two years prior. He averaged 9.5 points and 3.2 assists per game for the Grizz in 2017-18.

Prior to entering the NBA Draft, Harrison spent two seasons at Kentucky.

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