Warriors Waive Dewayne Dedmon

The Warriors announced that they have waived center Dewayne Dedmon.  The 24-year-old was originally signed as a D-League callup on November 18th.

The 7’0” center appeared in four games with Golden State, logging a grand total of six minutes.  During his time with the Warriors, Dedmon also appeared in one game with Santa Cruz while on assignment to the D-League club, registering 23 points and a game-high 14 rebounds in a 117-103 victory over the Austin Toros on November 24th.

The Warriors inked Dedmon at a time when they were desperate for frontcourt help in the wake of Jermaine O’Neal‘s injury.  The club even considered asking assistant coach Brian Scalabrine if he would come out of retirement to give the club an extra big.

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