Andrew Harrison

Warriors waive three players as regular-season roster starts taking shape

Warriors waive three players as regular-season roster starts taking shape

The Warriors’ regular-season roster is beginning to take shape.

Golden State announced on Saturday morning that they waived Andrew Harrison, Kavion Pippen, and Juan Toscano-Anderson.

The NBA preseason came to a close Friday night for the Warriors at Chase Center, as they beat the Los Angeles Lakers, 124-103. Golden State avenged three losses earlier in the preseason to LeBron James and the Lakers.

Harrison was signed to a training camp deal in early September, and he was on his fifth NBA team in just three seasons.

Pippen was brought in for depth after the Warriors’ frontcourt was plagued with injuries, and he scored 2.5 points per game in four preseason appearances with Golden State. Pippen is the nephew of NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen.

Toscano-Anderson is an Oakland native who has had quite a basketball odyssey, playing several professional seasons in Mexico before spending most of last season with the Santa Cruz Warriors in the G League.

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This brings the Warriors roster down to 14, with Damion Lee and Ky Bowman filling the team’s two two-way contract spots.

The regular season opens up for the Warriors and Chase Center on Thursday when Kawhi Leonard and the Los Angeles Clippers come to town.

NBA rumors: Andrew Harrison, Warriors agree to training camp contract

NBA rumors: Andrew Harrison, Warriors agree to training camp contract

The Warriors are adding competition to their training camp. 

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Tuesday that the Warriors and veteran Andrew Harrison have agreed to a training camp contract, the guard's agent says. 

Harrison, 24, was a selected in the second round of the 2015 NBA Draft. Through three seasons in the NBA, he has already played for three different teams -- the Grizzlies, Cavaliers and Pelicans. 

The 6-foot-6 guard has averaged 7.0 points and 2.8 assists per game in his NBA career. 

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Harrison starred for two seasons collegiately at the University of Kentucky where he averaged 10.1 points and 3.8 assists per game. 

The Warriors currently have 14 guaranteed contracts on their roster. There still is room for one more, but Golden State would have to crunch some numbers salary-cap wise to add Harrison.