Warriors Announce 2014 Summer League Roster & T.V. Schedule

Roster Features Three Players From 2013-14 Squad

The Golden State Warriors announced today the team’s roster for the 2014 Samsung NBA Summer League, which will mark the debut of new Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr, who was named to his post on May 19.

The Warriors, who went undefeated (7-0) en route to capturing the inaugural Summer League Championship in 2013, will try to defend the their Summer League crown with a roster featuring three of the team’s recent draft picks: Nemanja Nedovic, Ognjen Kuzmic and Festus Ezeli.

Golden State’s Summer League slate begins against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday, July 11 (5:30 p.m. PDT) and is followed by a pair of games that will be broadcast live on NBA TV, contests against the Phoenix Suns on Saturday, July 12 (5:00 p.m. PDT) and against the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday, July 14 (7:00 p.m. PDT).

Following those three preliminary round games, the NBA Summer League once again features a tournament-style schedule that will culminate in the crowning of an NBA Summer League Champion on Monday, July 21. Each team is guaranteed to play at least five games, with the two teams that reach the Championship Game playing as many as eight contests.

Tickets for the 2014 NBA Summer League are on sale and can be purchased by visiting NBATickets.com, a comprehensive online ticketing destination for NBA fans, or by calling 702-739-FANS. NBA TV will once again televise a full slate of NBA Summer League games and live game action will also extend across digital platforms.

Listed below is Golden State’s roster for the 2014 NBA Summer League:

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 2014 FREE AGENT MINI-CAMP ROSTER*

Name
Position
Height
Weight
Birthdate College/From Previous Team NBA Experience
Travis Bader
G
6-5
190
7/2/1991 Oakland (MI)/USA Oakland (MI)
R
Aaron Craft
G
6-2
195
2/2/1991 Ohio State/USA Ohio State
R
Festus Ezeli
C
6-11
255
10/21/1989 Vanderbilt/Nigeria Golden State Warriors
2
Kiwi Gardner
G
5-7
155
4/7/1993 Midland/USA Santa Cruz Warriors (D-League)
R
Lance Goulbourne
F
6-8
225
4/6/1989 Vanderbilt/USA Santa Cruz Warriors (D-League)
R
Justin Holiday
G
6-6
185
4/5/1989 Washington/USA Szolnoki (Hungary)
1
Orlando Johnson
G
6-5
220
3/11/1989 UC Santa Barbara/USA Sacramento Kings
2
Ognjen Kuzmic
C
7-0
251
5/16/1990 Bosnia & Herzegovina Golden State Warriors
1
Walt Lemon
G
6-3
180
7/26/1992 Bradley/USA Bradley
R
Rob Loe
F
6-11
245
8/5/1991 Saint Louis/New Zealand Saint Louis
R
James Michael McAdoo
F
6-9
230
1/4/1993 North Carolina/USA North Carolina
R
Tyrus McGee
G
6-2
205
3/14/1991 Iowa State/USA Breogán (Spain)
R
Rodney McGruder
G
6-4
205
7/29/1991 Kansas State/USA Atomeromu SE Paks (Hungary)
R
Nemanja Nedovic
G
6-3
192
6/16/1991 Serbia Golden State Warriors
1
Roderick Odom
F
6-9
212
9/23/1991 Vanderbilt/USA Vanderbilt
R
Davon Usher
G
6-6
200
8/11/1992 Delaware/USA Delaware
R
Christian Watford
F
6-9
232
4/28/1991 Indiana Hapoel Eilat (Israel)
R
Mitchell Watt
F
6-10
225
12/14/1989 Buffalo/USA Ironi Nes-Ziona (Israel)
R

Summer League Head Coach: Steve Kerr

Pronunciations Guide: Lance Goulbourne (GOAL-burn), Nemanja Nedovic (nay-MON-yah ned-OH-vitch)

*Roster subject to change