Warriors Announce 2023 Summer League Roster & Audio Broadcast Schedule

95.7 The Game And Warriors.com To Air Games From Sacramento And Las Vegas

The Golden State Warriors have announced the team’s Summer League Roster for the California Classic in Sacramento (July 3 and 5) and the NBA2K24 Summer League 2023 in Las Vegas (July 7-17). Both Warriors entries will be led by Golden State Player Development Coach Jacob Rubin.

No.PlayerPositionPrior to NBA/From
41Yuri CollinsGSaint Louis/USA
37Kendric DavisGMemphis/USA
32Trayce Jackson-DavisF-CIndiana/USA
18Mikael JantunenFUtah/Finland
31Javan JohnsonFDePaul/USA
36Jayce JohnsonCMarquette/USA
21Gabe KalscheurGIowa State/USA
55Adam KunkelGXavier/USA
44Isiaha MikeFSMU/Canada
12Reggie PerryCMississippi State/USA
2Brandin PodziemskiGSanta Clara/USA
25Lester QuinonesGMemphis/USA
15Gui SantosFMinas (Brazil)/Brazil
33Adam SeikoGSan Diego State/USA
38Craig SwordGMississippi State/USA
NBA Summer League Head Coach: Jacob Rubin
Assistant Coaches: Hilton Armstrong, Klinton Carlson, Hannah Heiring, Noel Hightower, Nick Kerr, Khalid Robinson, Davit Rogava, Will Sheehey, Mychel Thompson, Anthony Vereen, Lainn Wilson
Athletic Trainers: Toral Desai, Long Lam
Video Coordinators: Dawood Ahktar, Tyler Larson

For the eighth straight Summer League, the Warriors will broadcast select games on the team’s flagship station, 95.7 The Game, and Warriors.com. Kevin Danna, the voice of the Santa Cruz Warriors, will handle play-by-play duties for the three games that will be broadcast: July 3 vs. the Sacramento Kings, July 7 vs. the Los Angeles Lakers and July 9 versus the New Orleans Pelicans. Danna will be joined by Santa Cruz Warriors sideline reporter, Zena Keita, for the team’s broadcasts from Las Vegas. All NBA2K24 Summer League games will also be available on NBA TV & the ESPN family of networks.