The Warriors made a pair of roster moves after Saturday’s preseason opener, waiving Antonius Cleveland and Alex Hamilton, the team announced via Twitter.
Both will be eligible to join the Warriors’ G League team if they are not claimed on waivers. Golden State had the maximum 20 players in camp, so two open spots are now available.
Cleveland is a 6’6″ guard out of Southeast Missouri State. He played for Portland’s entry in the Las Vegas Summer League, then signed with the Warriors in mid-August. He played five minutes Saturday night and scored eight points.
Hamilton is a 6’4″ guard who completed his senior season at Louisiana Tech in 2016. He played for Golden State’s G League affiliate last season after a brief stay in Poland. He scored two points in two minutes in the season opener.
5 thoughts on “Warriors Waive Cleveland, Hamilton”
No more Cleveland in Golden State
I know thats what i was thinking. Darn. That would have been funny
Cleveland looked like a pretty active defender. I’d expect to hear his name again in the future
GSW signed the one of them just to practice dismissing Cleveland.