Warriors sign Mac McClung, Pat Spencer and Trevion Williams

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The Warriors officially announced the signings of three players Friday who will have a chance to fight for spots in training camp – guard Mac McClung, guard Pat Spencer and center Trevion Williams.

While the team didn’t specify details of the contracts, McClung is reportedly on a non-guaranteed deal, which means he is vying for a spot on a 15-man roster, where there are currently two vacancies. Spencer and Williams reportedly signed Exhibit 10 deals, meaning they can be converted to two-way players if they make the squad.

Golden State already has their pair of two-way spots filled by Quinndary Weatherspoon and Lester Quinones, so they'd would have to find work elsewhere or there’d have to be an injury for a two-way spot to open up for Spencer and/or Williams.

McClung, listed at 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, electrified during the Summer League and the 23-year-old is trying to make it as a longshot on the 15-man roster to provide point guard depth off the bench.

The 26-year-old Spencer (6-3, 205) was an elite lacrosse player for Loyola University Maryland, where he won the Tewaaraton Award, equivalent to the sport’s Heisman trophy. Despite being picked No. 1 overall in the 2019 Premier Lacrosse League draft, Spencer played for Loyola’s basketball team in 2019-20 as a graduate transfer.

Williams was named sixth man of the year for the Big Ten after averaging 12.0 points and 7.4 rebounds per game for Purdue. The 21-year-old is listed at 6-foot-10, 255 pounds but went undrafted this year.

As it stands now, the Warriors have 13 players for their 15-man roster, along with the two two-way players and three training camp invitees. The Warriors are holding a roster spot for Andre Iguodala if he wants to return, but he’s yet to announce his decision on retirement. Second-round pick Gui Santos from Brazil remains unsigned and could be stashed overseas or play in the G League this season.

Check out a full roster breakdown below:

1. Steph Curry
2. Klay Thompson
3. Draymond Green
4. Andrew Wiggins
5. Kevon Looney
6. Jordan Poole
7. Donte DiVincenzo
8. JaMychal Green
9. Jonathan Kuminga
10. Moses Moody
11. James Wiseman
12. Patrick Baldwin Jr. (rookie)
13. Ryan Rollins (rookie)
14. OPEN
15. OPEN

16. Lester Quinones (two-way)
17. Quinndary Weatherspoon (two-way)
18. Mac McClung (non-guaranteed)
19. Trevion Williams (Exhibit 10)
20. Pat Spencer (Exhibit 10)

Gui Santos (unsigned)