Report: Warriors will sign new players to 10-day contracts

The Golden State Warriors have some roster spots open since some recent moves at the trade deadline, and as the last part of the season rolls around, they’ll need some players to fill their roster in the short term.

According to The Athletic’s Anthony Slater, the Warriors did not sign Zach Norvell Jr. or Jeremy Pargo to another 10-day contract. Per Slater, the Warriors will sign new players to 10-day contracts.

A rookie, Norvell played in three games for Golden State. He scored 3.3 points a game and shot 37.5% from the 3-point line on 2.7 attempts.

Before playing with the Warriors, Norvell was playing in the G League with the South Bay Lakers, the Los Angeles Lakers’ G League affiliate. Norvell has played in 29 games with the South Bay Lakers, and he’s scored 15.2 points per game in 29.7 minutes.

Before playing with the Warriors, Pargo, 33, was playing overseas. He hadn’t played in the NBA since the 2012-13 season, when he spent time with the Philadelphia 76ers and Cleveland Cavaliers.

Pargo played in three games with the Warriors and scored 8.3 points per game in 14.7 minutes. Pargo also shot well from deep, hitting at a 42.9% clip on 2.3 attempts.

The Warriors headed into the All-Star break with the NBA’s worst record at 12-43. They will play the Houston Rockets at Chase Center on Thursday.

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