Free agent guard Cameron Jones will attend training camp with the Warriors next month, according to Keith Schlosser of Ridiculous Upside. The nature of Jones' agreement with Golden State isn't known, but presumably he'll sign a non-guaranteed camp deal.
Jones, 24, has played in the D-League the last two seasons, and was a member of Golden State's affiliate in Santa Cruz in 2012/13. Referred to as the "best-kept secret in the D-League" by Warriors assistant GM Kirk Lacob, Jones averaged 12.6 PPG in 50 D-League contests last season. The Northern Arizona product helped lead Santa Cruz to the D-League Finals, and played for the Warriors' squad that won the Summer League championship in Las Vegas in July.
In addition to the 12 players they have on guaranteed contracts, the Warriors will also bring Kent Bazemore, DeWayne Dedmon, and Seth Curry to camp along with Jones. Bazemore has a partially guaranteed deal and is a strong bet to earn one of the three open regular-season roster spots, while Dedmon is also believed to have a partial guarantee on his deal. 2012 draft pick Ognjen Kuzmic is expected to join the club in camp as well, though that has yet to be officially confirmed.