The Golden State Warriors have closed the incorporation of Avery Bradley, as reported by journalists from The Athletic Shams Charania y Anthony Slater.
The specific terms of the agreement have not been specified but Slater suggests that it is a contract in order to dispute the training camp. If confirmed, the guard He will fight in the coming weeks for one of the last two positions available in the squad. The Warriors have 19 players on their roster, including Bradley himself, but only thirteen of them are subject to a guaranteed deal.
Bradley, who will turn 31 in November, completed the first seven years of his career in Boston before embarking on an odyssey that has led him to become part of the roster of the Pistons, Clippers, Grizzlies, Lakers, Heat and Rockets in the past four seasons.
In San Francisco they have dedicated the last weeks to incorporating outside players under contracts Exhibit 10 or close private workouts with different guards, a position that they have placed as a priority to reinforce before the season starts. In fact, Bradley himself has been part of these workouts along with other players like Isaiah Thomas, Darren Collison or Quinn Cook. In addition to Bradley, he will also join the training camp Langston Galloway, recently signed for the same purpose.
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