Warriors place 18 players on Summer League roster

Warriors finalize summer league roster

Warriors place 18 players on Summer League roster
July 8, 2013, 3:30 pm
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In five Summer League games last year Draymond Green averaged 6.4 points and 7.6 rebounds in 26 minutes per game. (USA TODAY IMAGES)

The Golden State Warriors announced today that the 30th overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, Nemanja Nedovic, will join Draymond Green, Kent Bazemore, Scott Machado and Dwayne Jones in headlining the team’s Summer League squad at the 2013 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

Roster:
No.    PLAYER                         POS            HT             WT      
20   Kent Bazemore               G/F            6-5           195         
21   Ian Clark                         G              6-3            175         
19   D.J. Cooper                     G              6-0            176         
25   Dwayne Davis                 F               6-5            205         
50   Michael Eric                    F              6-10           240         
35   Lance Goulbourne           F              6-8            230           
23   Draymond Green             F              6-7            230           
 6   Cameron Jones                G              6-4            185         
27   Dwayne Jones                F/C           6-11          248          
3   Scott Machado                  G              6-1           205             
52   Gary McGhee                  C             6-11           250         
8   Nemanja Nedovic              G             6-3           192            
33   Warren Niles                   G             6-5            195       
5   Craig Smith                       F             6-7            250      
43   James Southerland          F             6-8            215        
18   Kwame Vaughn               G            6-3            195         
53   Mouphtaou Yarou           F            6-10           255        
1   Alex Young                    G/F            6-6            212         

Warriors assistant coach Darren Erman will serve as the team’s head coach.                                                         

Golden State’s Summer League schedule begins against the Washington Wizards on Saturday, July 13, which will be broadcast live on NBA TV (1:00 p.m. PDT), and also includes games against the Sacramento Kings on Monday, July 15, and the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday, July 16.

Following those three preliminary round games, the Warriors will be seeded accordingly in the debut of a tournament-style schedule that will culminate in a championship game on July 22, crowning the first-ever NBA Summer League Champion.

In 2012, the Warriors became the 10th team in Las Vegas Summer League history to post an undefeated record, compiling a 5-0 mark in Sin City.

Courtesy Golden State media services.

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