FEBRUARY 7: The Warriors have officially announced their deal with Toscano-Anderson.
FEBRUARY 6: The Warriors have had a busy 24 hours. The team dealt away a pair of veterans to the Sixers late last night and followed that up today by trading D’Angelo Russell to the Wolves. The franchise inked Ky Bowman to a multi-year deal and now, Marcus Thompson of The Athletic tweets that they are signing Juan Toscano-Anderson to a contract for the remainder of the season.
Toscano, who is from the Bay Area, has been playing with for the Santa Cruz Warriors. He’s been with Golden State’s G League affiliate since the 2018/19 season, joining the NBA team last fall for training camp and the preseason.
This season, Toscano-Anderson has averaged 12.5 PPG, 9.2 RPG, and 2.6 APG in 31 games (29.0 MPG) in the G League. The 6’6″ forward played all four years of his college ball at Marquette University. He was not selected in the 2015 draft.
The Warriors, who dipped all the way to nine players after their trades earlier today, still have a handful of open roster spots.