The Warriors have signed free agent guard Donte DiVincenzo to a two-year contract worth $9.3 million, per The Athletic's Shams Charania.
DiVincenzo, who is heading into his fifth season in the NBA, became an unrestricted free agent after the Sacramento Kings declined to extend a qualifying offer, putting an end to his short 25-game tenure with the team.
According to Kings reporter James Ham, DiVincenzo was disillusioned with how the franchise managed his minutes, believing that they didn't start him in an effort to "lower his value" in free agency.
Despite missing a lot of games during the 2021-22 season due to injury, the 25-year-old guard has proved to be a solid role player in the league, averaging 9.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in 132 appearances for the Bucks over a two-year stretch.
The Dubs are hoping they can get a healthy version of DiVincenzo, especially after losing Gary Payton II and Otto Porter to free agency.
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