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  • Warriors' Ryan Rollins: No restrictions entering camp

    Rollins (foot) will not have any restrictions in training camp or the preseason, Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Rollins was sidelined during Summer League due to a foot fracture that was revealed after the Warriors selected him in the 2022 NBA Draft, but it appears the rookie won't be restricted any further in camp. Rollins should provide backcourt depth for the Warriors in 2022-23 after averaging 18.9 points per game for Toledo during his final collegiate season.
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  • Warriors' Ryan Rollins: Optimism surrounding foot injury

    The Warriors are optimistic that Rollins (foot) will be available for the start of training camp, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. The Warriors traded up for the 44th overall pick in the 2022 Draft to select Rollins, but a post-draft scan revealed a foot fracture, which sidelined him for Summer League. Regardless, he inked a three-year, $4.76 million deal, including two guaranteed years, with Golden State at the end of July, which suggests the team isn't overly concerned with the foot.
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  • Warriors' Ryan Rollins: Strikes deal with Golden State

    Rollins (foot) agreed Thursday on a three-year, $4.76 million contract with the Warriors, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. The No. 44 overall pick in June's draft was unable to participate in Summer League play for the Warriors after he was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his right foot shortly after being selected, but it won't deter Golden State from guaranteeing the first two years of his deal. Rollins' availability for the start of training camp is up in the air.
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  • Warriors' Ryan Rollins: Drafted No. 44 by Golden State

    Rollins was selected by the Warriors with the 44th overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft. Golden State acquired the pick from Atlanta in exchange for the No. 51 pick in the 2022 Draft, as well as cash considerations, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Rollins projects as a change-of-pace guard for Golden State. A lengthy combo-guard who thrives in the pick-and-roll, Rollins shot just 31.7 percent from beyond the arc across two seasons with Toledo. Nonetheless, Rollins averaged 18.9 points on 46.8 percent shooting in 2021-22. He likely won't have much of a role right away for the defending champs, though Golden State will look to groom him as a longer-term option.
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