Warriors Summer League: Roster, Schedule and How to Watch

Warriors Summer League: Roster, Schedule and How to Watch


One full month after the Golden State Warriors were crowned 2021-22 champions, the NBA world's attention turned towards Summer League action. With a chance to witness 2022 draft picks, second-year pros, and G League players taking advantage of an opportunity to display their skills, it's an important event on the annual basketball calendar.

Golden State Warriors Summer League

The Warriors are riding high after securing their fourth NBA Championship since 2015, led by a Finals MVP performance from none other than Stephen Curry. Even though Golden State is expected to be a contender once again next year, it's also important to have more depth going forward.

The Warriors haven't been too busy this offseason, with defensive guard Donte DiVincenzo's two-year, $9.3 million contract being the biggest addition. The Dubs used their three 2022 draft picks on Patrick Baldwin Jr., Ryan Rollins and Gui Santos, who are all a part of the organization's Summer League roster.

Let's take a look at everything Golden State Warriors-related as Summer League action got underway on Thursday, July 7.

Warriors Summer League Roster

Below is a full list of Golden State's, official Summer League roster, according to NBA.com.

- Jonathan Kuminga, Forward, G League Ignite
- Ryan Rollins, Guard, Toledo
- Moses Moody, Guard, Arkansas
- Patrick Baldwin Jr., Guard/Forward, Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Justinian Jessup, Guard, Boise State
- Quinndary Weatherspoon, Guard, Mississippi State
- Gui Santos, Forward, Minas (Brazil)
- Yudai Baba, Guard, Alvark Tokyo
- Jarrod Uthoff, Forward, Iowa
- Selom Mawugbe, Center, Azusa Pacific
- Lester Quinones, Guard, Memphis
- Alex Morales, Forward, Wagner
- Payton Willis, Guard, Minnesota
- Kalob Ledoux, Guard, Louisiana Tech
- Gabriel Chachashvili, Center, Israel
- James Wiseman, Center, Memphis
- JD Notae, Guard, Arkansas
- Joel Ntambwe, Center, Texas Tech
- Dustin Sleva, Forward, Shippensburg
- Mac McClung, Guard, Texas Tech

Warriors Summer League Schedule and Results

The Warriors will play a total of five games during 2022 NBA Summer League. This includes four scheduled contests from July 7-15, before a championship game is determined. That championship game is scheduled for July 17, while the participants are decided by winning percentage as well as tiebreakers.

Those remaining 28 teams not playing in the championship will each conclude 2022 Summer League action with a final game on either July 16 or 17.

Friday, July 8
Knicks 101, Warriors 88

Sunday, July 10
Warriors 86, Spurs 85

Tuesday, July 12
Celtics 103, Warriors 92

Friday, July 15
Thunder vs Warriors, 7 p.m. ET on ESPN

How to Watch Golden State Warriors Summer League

As of Wednesday, July 13, the Warriors have two more games on their NBA Summer League schedule. That last known matchup will take place on Friday, July 15 against the Oklahoma City Thunder at 7 p.m. ET.

This matchup can be viewed on ESPN.

Must-Watch Warriors Summer League Rookies

Naturally, Warriors fans are keeping an eye on how 2022 first-round pick Patrick Baldwin Jr. is performing. There's a lot of hype around the 30th overall selection after recording 12.1 points and 5.8 rebounds as a freshman with the Milwaukee Panthers this past season.

There's also decent hype around fellow rookie Ryan Rollins, who could use some more development before he's NBA-ready. Still, the Macomb, MI native showed potential with the Toledo Rockets last year, averaging 18.9 points, which ranked fourth-best in the MAC.

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