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Warriors announce full Summer League roster

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Jordan Bell headlines an exciting team of young players.

2017 Las Vegas Summer League - Golden State Warriors v Minnesota Timberwolves Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Summer League is fast approaching, and the Golden State Warriors have filled out the roster. While the roster could change, the team has announced the 17 participants currently pegged for the roster, which will be coached by Warriors’ assistant (and former NBA player) Willie Green.

There are three names that jump off the page: Jordan Bell, who is coming off of his rookie year, Damian Jones, who is entering his third year with the team, and Jacob Evans, this years first-round draft pick.

Those are the only three members of the team who enter the summer with guaranteed contracts from the Warriors.

Here’s the rest of the roster:

  • Abudurexiti Abudushalamu, 6’8” F, rookie (China, most recently Xinjing Flying Tigers)
  • Elijah Brown, 6’4” G, rookie (Oregon)
  • Rion Brown, 6’6” G, rookie (Miami, most recently France’s Dijon)
  • Gian Clavell, 6’4” G, one year of NBA experience (Colorado State, most recently Turkey’s Sakarva BB, previously Dallas Mavericks)
  • Xavier Cooks, 6’8” G/F, rookie (Winthrop)
  • Marcus Derrickson, 6’7” F, rookie (Georgetown)
  • Keenan Evans, 6’3” G, rookie (Texas Tech)
  • Jordan Howard, 5’11” G, rookie (Central Arkansas)
  • Omari Johnson, 6’9” F, one year of NBA experience (Oregon State, most recently Memphis Grizzlies)
  • Josh Magette, 6’1” G, one year of NBA experience (Alabama in Huntsville, most recently Atlanta Hawks)
  • Kendrick Nunn, 6’3” G, rookie (Oakland)
  • Nuni Omot, 6’9” F, rookie (Baylor)
  • Jeff Roberson, 6’6” F, rookie (Vanderbilt)
  • J.P. Tokoto, 6’6” F, rookie (North Carolina, most recently Australia’s Perth Wildcats)

In addition to releasing the roster, Golden State announced the broadcasting schedule for their Summer League games, which will take place both in Sacramento and in Las Vegas. All in all, six of the Dubs’ games will be televised nationally, with four on NBA TV, and one each on ESPN and ESPN2.

After a very short hiatus, Warriors basketball is almost back!