Warriors Waive Juan Toscano-Anderson

Golden State has waived Juan Toscano-Anderson, the team announced in a press release (via Twitter).

The 27-year-old forward signed with the Warriors in February and appeared in 13 games before the hiatus, averaging 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per night. He also played 31 games for the team’s G League affiliate. Toscano-Anderson had a three-year contract, but it didn’t carry any guaranteed money beyond last season.

The move leaves Golden State with a 15-man roster and one of its two-way slots filled. Toscano-Anderson could be re-signed to fill the other opening, although there’s no indication that’s what the Warriors are planning.

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7 thoughts on “Warriors Waive Juan Toscano-Anderson

    • WallyWood

      He probably hasn’t even signed yet, but they will release him soon after just to get him on their G-League roster. He won’t make the 15-man roster.

    • Luke Adams

      Don’t think his signing is official yet. I expect he’ll be on the roster for about five minutes.

      • Howie415

        The Warriors need to get a clearance letter from Lin’s Chinese team before he can sign.

  1. Marty McRae

    Then move Mulder to the second 2-way sport and sign Kyle Korver, the savvy vet this team is sorely missing who can actually shoot 3’s as well as anyone.

    Last second play: Steph gets triple teamed, do you want an open Kyle Korver, or Andrew Wiggins?

    • WallyWood

      You can’t move a player to a 2-way deal without placing him on waivers first, then he has to clear waivers as well before he can be re-signed by the team on a 2-way contract. Are the Warriors desperate enough to sign Korver?

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