With just four days until the 2018-19 NBA season begins, the Golden State Warriors are trimming their roster. On the same day that they play the Los Angeles Lakers in their final preseason game, the Warriors announced that they waived four training camp invites: Deyonta Davis, Danuel House Jr., Kendrick Nunn, and Tyler Ulis.
Warriors waive Davis, House Jr., Nunn and Ulis pic.twitter.com/ar0YVa5XxR— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) October 12, 2018
This comes on the heels of the news that Alfonzo McKinnie, another training camp invite, was signed to a two-year deal.
With this flurry of moves, only one training camp invite remains on the roster without a contract: Marcus Derrickson. The Warriors have one available two-way contract, so it seems highly likely that Derrickson will be receiving it, which seems like a strong move.
Davis, House Jr., Nunn, and Ulis are all free to join the Santa Cruz Warriors in the G-League, assuming the Warriors want them there. The players who were on Exhibit 10 contracts will be able to earn financial bonuses for playing in Santa Cruz.