Who will be suiting up for the Warriors in the coming days and weeks?
Golden State on Monday morning announced its Summer League roster.
The Warriors will face the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night at 8:00 PT on ESPN2, and take on the Miami Heat on Wednesday evening at 5:00 PT on ESPNU.
Both games will be played at Golden 1 Center.
The Dubs then head to Las Vegas for five games, the first of which is slated for Monday, Aug. 9 at 5:00 p.m. PT and will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Bay Area.
One important note is that Jordan Poole and Eric Paschall only will be with the team for the two games in Sacramento, and it's very possible neither of them takes the court at all.
Everybody else, including Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody -- the No. 7 and No. 14 overall picks in last week's NBA draft -- is expected to play at both events.
But an updated roster will be be announced later this week.
These games are important for Justinian Jessup, who the Warriors selected No. 51 overall in 2020.
The 6-foot-7 lefty spent the 2020-21 season with the Illawarra Hawks in Australia's National Basketball League, and it's unclear at this point if he will have a spot on Golden State's 15-man roster next season.
"Right now, his best skill is shooting," Warriors general manager Bob Myers said in late May. "He's a knock-down shooter.
"But until we see him do it at the game speed of the NBA -- I think the plan is for him to come over here for Summer League, which isn't the NBA but it's better to see him in person -- then we can make that call."
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