Warriors bring back former Spurs guard to complete two-way spots

By: The Trend Wire

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After agreeing to a contract with Quinndary Weatherspoon, the Golden State Warriors have officially filled their open two-way positions.

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At the start of free agency in June, Golden State extended a two-way contract to Weatherspoon as their qualifying offer.

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But the former San Antonio Spurs guard didn't start writing until recently. The 25-year-old is anticipated to be able to contribute to the Warriors' rotation in the 2022–23 season

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As previously established, youngster Lester Quinones has the other position in Golden State's last two-way situation.

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Quinndary Weatherspoon spent the majority of the previous season playing for the Santa Cruz Warriors, who are the Dubs' G League affiliate.

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He committed to a 10-day deal with the team in December of last year, and his performance was good enough to win him a two-way contract for the remaining 2021–22 campaign.

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Weatherspoon participated in 11 games with the Warriors in 2021–2022, scoring 2.7 points and grabbing 1.3 rebounds per contest.

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However, he made an impression in the G League, recording 25.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 2.1 steals in 20 games for the team.

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The Warriors' decision to bring Weatherspoon back for another chance says a lot even though it is unclear whether he can secure a typical NBA contract.

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He may have the chance to compete for a spot on the regular roster because Golden State also needs guard depth.

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Weatherspoon has fluctuated in the NBA and G League after being selected 49th overall in the second round of the 2019 Draft.

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He also had a two-way contract with the Spurs, but hopefully this time he can get a break.