With free agency in full swing, the Warriors are still waiting for Kevin Durant to make a decision. Until Durant makes a decision, the Warriors are stuck in limbo. There’s been plenty of reports of alternative options for the Dubs, but time is not on their side and the free agent pool is shrinking.
At least the roster is set, the Summer League roster that is. The team officially announced their full Summer League roster that will be headed to Las Vegas in a few days. According to Warriors PR, these are the 16 names who will be playing for a Summer League title:
Warriors are set to tip off their 11th summer in Las Vegas next week. Full Summer League roster below: pic.twitter.com/LM26speXJ2
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) July 1, 2016
There is some decent names on that list, so the Warriors should be competitive in Las Vegas. The Warriors will have their two rookies and some other veteran players looking to earn a place in the league. Landry Jones and Xavier Henry have spent time in the NBA and are now trying to impress scouts to get back in.
The Warriors will also have Ognjen Kuzmic, their second round pick in 2012 who has spent considerable time in the D-League. This could be one of Kuzmic’s last opportunities to make a name for himself and earn a roster spot.
It’s a unique bunch, but one that could be competing for a Summer League title. The Warriors won the inaugural Las Vegas Summer League championship and their banner can be seen at the Cox Arena during this event.
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