The Warriors made a move on Thursday afternoon.

Golden State signed free-agent big man Deyonta Davis and waived guard Will Cherry, the team announced.

It's unclear if the contract is guaranteed, non-guaranteed, or if it's an Exhibit 10 deal (which would essentially mean he would be waived and sent to Santa Cruz).

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Davis played one season at Michigan State and was selected 31st overall in the 2016 draft.

He made 36 appearances as a rookie for the Grizzlies. And over 62 games last year, he averaged 5.8 points and 4.0 rebounds for Memphis.

In mid-July, he was traded to Sacramento in the deal that sent Garrett Temple to the Grizzlies. The Kings waived Davis a couple of weeks ago.

The Warriors -- who currently have 13 players under contract -- will fill the 14th spot sometime before next Tuesday's season opener.

They also have an open two-way contract to offer.

More to come...

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