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Golden State Warriors Boost Roster with Usman Garuba Signing

The Golden State Warriors have been on a mission to strengthen their roster ahead of the upcoming NBA season, and their offseason moves have garnered significant attention.

One of the notable additions to the Warriors’ lineup is the acquisition of 12-time NBA All-Star guard Chris Paul from the Washington Wizards.

In exchange, the Warriors traded forward Patrick Baldwin Jr., guard Jordan Poole, guard Ryan Rollins, a 2027 second-round draft pick, and a 2030 first-round draft pick (top 20 protected).

These moves have signaled the team’s ambition to enhance their squad.

Now, the Warriors are set to welcome another valuable addition in the form of free agent center Usman Garuba.

Garuba has agreed to a two-way NBA contract with the Golden State Warriors, a development reported by Shams Charania.

Usman, a former first-round pick who played for the Houston Rockets last season, brings a diverse skill set to the Warriors.

During his stint with the Rockets, he averaged 3 points, 4.1 rebounds, 0.9 assists, and an impressive 48.6% field goal percentage.

Additionally, his international experience is noteworthy, as he averaged 8.2 points and 4 rebounds for Spain in the FIBA World Cup.

The addition of Usman Garuba adds depth and versatility to the Warriors’ roster, further solidifying their position as contenders for the upcoming NBA season.

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