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The Warriors roster is set

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With the re-signing of Damion Lee, Golden State’s roster is in place for the 2019-20 season.

2019 NBA Finals - Golden State Warriors v Toronto Raptors Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images

Over the weekend it was reported that Damion Lee was signing a two-way contract with the Golden State Warriors. And with that, the team’s roster is almost surely set for the 2019-20 season.

The Warriors have used 14 of their available 15 roster spots, and both of their two-way contracts. They are hard-capped, due to the sign-and-trade acquisition of D’Angelo Russell, which means they cannot spend above a certain dollar amount.

They are nearly to that amount, which means they are not allowed to use the 15th roster spot. In other words, barring a very unforeseen move, the Warriors have the 16 players that they will take with them to opening night.

Here’s what the roster looks like:

G - Ky Bowman (two-way contract)
G - Steph Curry
G - Damion Lee (two-way contract)
G - Jordan Poole
G - D’Angelo Russell
G-F - Alec Burks
G-F - Jacob Evans III
G-F - Alfonzo McKinnie (non-guaranteed contract)
G-F - Glenn Robinson III
G-F - Klay Thompson
F - Draymond Green
F - Eric Paschall
F - Omari Spellman
F-C - Kevon Looney
F-C - Alen Smailagic
C - Willie Cauley-Stein

The Warriors can, of course, tinker with their roster during the season. The players they signed over the summer will be eligible to be traded after December 15, and McKinnie’s contract isn’t guaranteed until January.

But in all likelihood, these are the 16 players who will be at the Chase Center when the season begins in a few months.