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Golden State Warriors Summer League 2022: Roster, Schedule, TV Channel, Live Stream, Players to Watch

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After a brutal string of injuries and two consecutive lottery appearances, the Golden State Warriors returned to the promised land last season, defeating the Boston Celtics in six games in the 2022 NBA Finals to win their fourth title in the last eight seasons.

Now the Warriors will embark on their master plan to win in perpetuity. They want to link the Stephen Curry-Klay Thompson-Draymond Green era with a new generation led by Jordan Poole and a trio of talented lottery picks that includes James Wiseman, Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody. Of course, that’s a lot easier said than done, but the Warriors aren’t shy about their ambitions.

Last season was still about the veterans leading the way, but the youngsters, Poole in particular, had their part to play. Now, the goal is for players like Kuminga and Moody, and Wiseman when he’s healthy, to gain more experience. Given the number of youngsters on the roster, it’s no surprise the Warriors are playing in two summer leagues this year: the California Classic and Las Vegas.

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With the action already underway, here’s all you need to know:

Warriors Summer League Schedule

All games on NBA TV, ESPN and ESPN 2 can be streamed live on fuboTV (Free Trial).

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
  • Determined

Warriors Summer League roster

yudai baba

Guard

26

not redacted

Patrick Baldwin Jr.

Guard/Forward

19

No. 28 overall (2022)

Gabriel Chachashvili

Center

22

not redacted

jacob gilard

Guard

23

not redacted

ryan hawkins

Forward

25

not redacted

Justinian Jessup

Guard

24

No. 51 overall (2020)

jonathan kuminga

Forward

19

No. 7 overall (2021)

Kalob Ledoux

Guard

24

not redacted

Selom Mawugbe

Center

23

not redacted

grumpy moses

Guard

twenty

No. 14 overall (2021)

Alex Morales

Forward

24

not redacted

JD Notes

Guard

23

not redacted

Lester Quinones

Guard

twenty-one

not redacted

ryan rollins

Guard

19

No. 44 overall (2022)

gui saints

Forward

twenty

No. 55 overall (2022)

dusin slev

Forward

26

not redacted

Quinndary Teaspoon

Guard

25

No. 49 overall (2019)

Payton Willis

Guard

24

not redacted

James Wisemann

Center

twenty-one

No. 2 overall (2020)

players to watch

Jonathan Kuminga: The No. 7 overall pick last year, Kuminga played sparingly to start his rookie season, but worked his way up the rotation down the stretch and had some bright spots in the early rounds of the playoffs. He is a remarkable athlete and showed some impressive flashes on the defensive end, but he still needs to refine his game. He will have the opportunity to do so in the Summer League, although he is currently back home in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and will not play until the team heads to Las Vegas.

Moses Moody: While Moody didn’t play much as a rookie, he became the youngest Warrior to score 30 points when he faced the Nuggets in March. The outside shooting ability is obvious, and he projects to be a solid rotation player at the very least. However, he struggled in his first California Classic game and will look to bounce back when the team travels to Las Vegas later this month.

James Wisemann: The former No. 2 overall pick tore his meniscus during his rookie season, eventually needed a second knee surgery and hasn’t played in the NBA since. All we’ve seen from him in the last 14 months is a few games in the G League and sadly it’s unclear how much he’ll play in the Summer League. He experienced some knee swelling after his stint in the G League, and the team is being cautious about returning him to full 5v5 action. As of now, the team is hopeful he’ll play in Las Vegas.

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 father at the senior middle level, but he had a disastrous freshman season that was derailed by an ankle injury. Still, the potential remains, and he was another high-potential pick for the Warriors. However, it remains to be seen if we will see it this summer. He still needs to be cleared to play due to ongoing ankle problems.

Gui Santos: At the end of the second round this year, the Warriors took 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 long shot to make the Warriors’ final roster, but he’s a player to watch for the future.

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