The Warriors selected Eric Paschall with the No. 41 overall pick in last month's NBA draft.
On Monday morning in Las Vegas, he put pen to paper:
Officially a Warrior!!! pic.twitter.com/mcAAHJRPXF— Eric Paschall (@epaschall) July 8, 2019
On Tuesday night, we learned the specifics of his contract:
The Golden State Warriors signed Eric Paschall, the No. 41 pick of the 2019 draft, to a 3-year, $4.2 million deal, league sources told @TheAthleticNBA. The deal is fully guaranteed.— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) July 10, 2019
God is good! 🙌🏾 https://t.co/CEuY7DOgH9— Eric Paschall (@epaschall) July 10, 2019
This means that Paschall is scheduled to become a restricted free agent in the summer of 2022.
Paschall's deal is a bit different than those of his predecessors. Golden State's last two second-round picks -- Pat McCaw and Jordan Bell -- signed two-year contracts with the Dubs.
Paschall missed Golden State's last two NBA Summer League games because of a bruised tailbone. On Monday night, he told NBC Sports Bay Area that he's feeling better and expects to play in the team's next game Wednesday night at 8:30 p.m. PT.
The 22-year-old played very well in the prior two contests:
- July 2 vs. the Lakers: 18 points (6-for-8 FG, 2-for-2 3s), three rebounds, assist, steal, block
- July 5 vs. the Hornets: 12 points (4-for-9 FG, 1-for-4 3s), five rebounds, four assists
Eric Paschall can jump pic.twitter.com/LS1eO0DVJV— Grant Liffmann (@GrantLiffmann) July 3, 2019
As a senior at Villanova, Paschall averaged 16.5 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.1 assists per contest.