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Warriors to sign former lottery pick Jerome Robinson to one-year deal, per report

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The Golden State Warriors are signing Jerome Robinson to a one-year deal, in response to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The deal will presumably give Robinson an opportunity to compete for a roster spot at coaching camp. Robinson spent final season enjoying for Golden State’s G-League affiliate, the Santa Cruz Warriors.

Robinson was initially the No. 13 total choose within the 2018 NBA Draft. The Los Angeles Clippers took him one spot above Michael Porter Jr. and anticipated large issues out of him, however in simply his second season, they traded him to the Washington Wizards

After an unsuccessful stint with the Wizards, Robinson wanted to play within the G-League to rebuild his inventory. He averaged over 20 factors per sport in Santa Cruz and has seemingly impressed the crew sufficient to warrant a glance in camp.

The Warriors have had loads of success turning G-League standouts into NBA gamers. Most notably, Gary Payton II had largely been a G-League participant earlier than the Warriors found him at camp final season and turned him into one of many NBA’s most beneficial function gamers. 

However with Payton now gone, the Warriors are on the lookout for one other low-risk, high-reward bench participant. They changed Payton initially with former Bucks guard Donte DiVincenzo, however Robinson is one other likelihood to check out a participant as soon as thought of gifted sufficient to go within the lottery. If it really works out? The Warriors have discovered one other cut price. If not? The associated fee is minimal.

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