SEPTEMBER 26: Bradley’s one-year, non-guaranteed contract with Golden State is now official, according to RealGM’s transactions log.
While the exact terms of Bradley’s deal aren’t specified, it sounds like it’ll be a non-guaranteed training camp contract. Slater suggests in a follow-up tweet that Bradley will get the opportunity to compete for the 15th spot on Golden State’s regular season roster.
Bradley, who will turn 31 in November, spent the first seven years of his NBA career in Boston, but has bounced around for the last four seasons, spending time with the Pistons, Clippers, Grizzlies, Lakers, Heat, and Rockets. The 6’3″ guard has long been considered a solid three-and-D wing, but his three-point shot has been inconsistent as of late. In 2020/21, he averaged 6.4 PPG and 2.1 RPG on .374/.327/.800 shooting in 27 games (22.3 MPG) for Miami and Houston.
The Warriors had been auditioning guards this month in the hopes of giving Gary Payton II and Mychal Mulder some competition for the final spot on their regular season roster. Bradley and Langston Galloway, who also agreed to a deal with Golden State, are expected to push for that spot.
Once Bradley and Galloway are officially signed, the Warriors will have 19 players on their camp roster. The team still has a two-way slot open.