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Golden State Warriors announce 2013 Vegas Summer League roster

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The Warriors announced their official summer league roster yesterday with four additions since we last published it.

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The 2013 Las Vegas Summer League is almost upon us and the Golden State Warriors have finally announced their official roster.

There are only a few differences from the last version of the roster that we published on June 29:

  • D.J. Cooper, Warren Niles, Kwame Vaughn, and Mouphtaou Yarou have added
  • 2012 second round pick Ognjen Kuzmic has been removed from the roster as he suffered an injury that won't allow him to play.
  • 2013 first round draft pick Nemanja Nedovic will play in only one game.

We actually had a few links about Cooper in the comments of the last post, but here's some brief information on the other three additions.

Warren Niles, G (6-foot-5, Oral Roberts): The most in-depth introduction to Niles appears to be a feature from ORU Video.

You can see his statistics - though not a scouting report - at DraftExpress.

Kwame Vaughn, G (6-foot-3, Fullerton): A Skyline product, Vaughn originally attended the University of San Francisco before transferring to Cal State - Fullerton. One thing that stands out in his statistics, though again no DraftExpress scouting report: he had true shooting percentages of 60% and 59% in his junior and senior years, respectively. In addition to knocking down threes at a decent rate, he earned 7.5 free throw attempts per game in his senior year.

And here's a video of him working out locally at Merritt College.

Mouphtaou Yarou, C (6-foot-9, Villanova): Yarou is arguably the best of the new additions we're looking at today as DraftExpress had him ranked #48 among seniors and last updated their prospect profile of him in October.

SB Nation's Villanova site VU Hoops also has some information on him:

For more on the Warriors' summer league roster and schedule, visit our 2013 summer league section.