New signing approaching for the Warriors!

While the Warriors begin their pre-season currently in Japan, business continues for the franchise, which is still looking for opportunities in the market. Proof of this, The Athletic suggests that a new player should arrive in the coming days, and the supporters are quite satisfied with the logic behind this move.

Unlike the majority of other franchises, the Warriors are starting their pre-season abroad, more specifically on the side of Japan. A way to export the NBA with Steph Curry as showman, and as much to say that the formula is a hit with supporters in view of this sequence. The Chef knows how to put the fans in his pocket, he who intends to help the Dubs in their quest for the title this season.

Newcomer to the Warriors for this recovery

Bob Myers, the GM, is still trying to modulate his roster in order to recruit rare pearls on the market, and he has just found his happiness after the 8-player trade involving Théo Maledon. Following this move, the Rockets decided to release Ty Jerome, point guard, who will rebound in San Francisco. He will have to fight to be in the final roster, because the competition is very present in Golden State.

The Warriors and Ty Jerome are in talks for a deal to join training camp and compete for a spot on the final roster once it becomes available Monday. The Warriors are still finalizing plans for two-way contracts and the 15th free post in the coming weeks. Unlikely that they are looking to fill this 15th place for a question of taxes.

Jerome was a member of the Thunder last year, for 7.1 points and 2.3 assists in 48 games, including 4 as a starter. A 25-year-old who still has potential to spare, and who could therefore find a place alongside Steph Curry and company for the coming year, even if he is not alone.

It’s a good decision. Ty Jerome is good in reality

Next week, the Warriors should indeed welcome a new player, always with a view to improving their roster to defend their title. Ty Jerome is a contender, but he’ll have to prove himself if he wants to keep his spot on the Golden State side.

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