Warriors Summer League schedule

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California Classic

  • Saturday, July 2: Kings 86, Warriors 68
  • Sunday, July 3: Lakers 100, Warriors 77
  • Tuesday, July 5: Warriors vs. Miami Heat — 3 p.m. ET — NBA TV

Las Vegas

  • Friday, July 8: Warriors vs. New York Knicks, 8 p.m. ET — ESPN 2
  • Sunday, July 10: Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs, 7:30 p.m. ET — NBA TV
  • Tuesday, July 12: Warriors vs. Boston Celtics, 8 p.m. ET — ESPN 2
  • Friday, July 15: Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, 7 p.m. ET — ESPN
  • TBD

Warriors Summer League roster

Yudai BabaGuard26Undrafted
Patrick Baldwin Jr.Guard/Forward19No. 28 overall (2022)
Gabriel ChachashviliCenter22Undrafted
Jacob GilyardGuard23Undrafted
Ryan HawkinsForward25Undrafted
Justinian JessupGuard24No. 51 overall (2020)
Jonathan KumingaForward19No. 7 overall (2021)
Kalob LedouxGuard24Undrafted
Selom MawugbeCenter23Undrafted
Moses MoodyGuard20No. 14 overall (2021)
Alex MoralesForward24Undrafted
JD NotaeGuard23Undrafted
Lester QuinonesGuard21Undrafted
Ryan RollinsGuard19No. 44 overall (2022)
Gui SantosForward20No. 55 overall (2022)
Dusin SlevaForward26Undrafted
Quinndary WeatherspoonGuard25No. 49 overall (2019)
Payton WillisGuard24Undrafted
James WisemanCenter21No. 2 overall (2020)

2022 Golden State Warriors Summer League: Roster, schedule, TV channel, live stream, players to watch

Players to watch

Jonathan Kuminga: The No. 7 overall pick last year, Kuminga played sparingly to begin his rookie season, but worked his way into the rotation down the stretch and had some bright moments in the early rounds of the playoffs. He’s a remarkable athlete, and showed some impressive flashes on the defensive end, but still needs to refine his game. He’ll have a chance to do so in Summer League, though he is currently back home in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and won’t play until the team heads to Las Vegas.

Moses Moody: While Moody didn’t play a whole lot as a rookie, he did become the youngest Warrior ever to score 30 points, when he went off against the Nuggets in March. The outside shooting ability is obvious, and he projects to be a solid rotation player at the very least. He struggled in his first game of the California Classic, however, and will be looking to bounce back when the team travels to Vegas later this month.

James Wiseman: The former No. 2 overall pick tore his meniscus during his rookie season, ultimately needed a second surgery on his knee and hasn’t played in the NBA since. All we’ve seen of him in the last 14 months is a few games in the G League, and it’s unfortunately not clear how much he’ll play in Summer League. He experienced some swelling in his knee following his G League stint, and the team is being cautious about throwing him back into full 5-on-5 action. As of now, the team is hopeful that he’ll play in Vegas.

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Patrick Baldwin Jr.: With their first-round pick this year, the Warriors took Baldwin out of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The former five-star recruit stayed home to play for his dad at the mid-major level, but had a disastrous freshman season that was derailed by an ankle injury. Still, the potential remains, and he was another high-upside pick for the Warriors. Whether we’ll see him this summer, however, remains to be seen. He still needs to be cleared to play due to his lingering ankle problems.

Gui Santos: Late in the second round this year, the Warriors picked Gui Santos out of Brazil. Few would have heard of him before the draft, but he made a name for himself when he burst onto the scene with a stellar Summer League debut in the California Classic. He’s still a longshot to make the Warriors’ final roster, but he’s a player to keep an eye on for the future.