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Warriors report cards: Can Gary Payton II make the team next season?

Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Gary Payton II, who was a late addition to the roster but could carve out a role for next season.
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Warriors Sign Guard Gary Payton II

The Golden State Warriors have signed guard Gary Payton II, the team announced today. Payton II, 28, signed a pair of 10-day contracts with the Warriors earlier this season, appearing in 10 games for Golden State and posting averages of 2.5 points and 1.1 rebounds in 4.0 minutes per game. The fifth-year guard owns career NBA averages of 3.4 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 11.4 minutes over 71 games (23 starts) with the Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Washington Wizards and the Warriors.
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Report: Warriors bringing back Gary Payton II

The Golden State Warriors are bringing back Gary Payton II to fill the 15th and final roster spot ahead of the play-in tournament, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania and Anthony Slater. The deal is expected to extend beyond this season. The Warriors brought in Payton earlier this season on...
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Warriors to sign Gary Payton II, son of Hall of Fame point guard, for remainder of season, per report

The Golden State Warriors plan to sign point guard Gary Payton II for the rest of the season, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania. The Warriors have previously signed Payton to two separate 10-day contracts, and they've obviously been impressed with his play. In all, Payton has appeared in 10 games for Golden State and has scored 25 total points and grabbed 11 rebounds.
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Warriors to sign Gary Payton II for the rest of the season

The Warriors will sign guard Gary Payton II this weekend to a contract for the rest of the season, multiple league sources confirmed with the Bay Area News Group. Payton, who impressed the Warriors with his defensive ability during a 20-game stint earlier in the season, will fill out the Warriors’ 15-man roster and be eligible for the playoffs. Golden State will also promote forward Juan Toscano-Anderson on a two-year deal and sign center Jordan Bell by the end of Thursday.
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Warriors re-sign Gary Payton II

The Golden State Warriors have filled out their roster by signing point guard Gary Payton II to the 15th and final spot. The news was first reported by The Athletic. The news comes shortly after the Warriors converted Juan Toscano-Anderson’s two-way contract into a guaranteed multi-year deal, and signed Jordan Bell to the vacant two-way spot. The team has now filled up all 17 available roster spots: 15 standard contracts, and a pair of two-way deals.
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Steve Kerr: Warriors ‘would love’ to sign Gary Payton II for the rest of the season

The time has come for the Warriors to make a decision on guard Gary Payton II, whose second 10-day contract is set to expire after Wednesday. Under league rules, Payton cannot sign a third 10-day contract. If he’s to stay in Golden State, the team would have to sign him through the rest of the season. According to head coach Steve Kerr, the Warriors are “exploring our options as we wind down the season.”
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Gary Payton II Signs 2nd 10-Day Deal With Warriors

Gary Payton II signed a second 10-day contract with the Golden State Warriors on Monday. Payton has appeared in five games for the Warriors this season. Payton was the 2021 G League Defensive Player of the Year for Raptors 905.
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Warriors sign guard Gary Payton II to second 10-day contract

The Warriors have signed guard Gary Payton II to a second 10-day contract, the team announced Monday. Since signing an initial 10-day contract, Payton II has appeared in five games for the Warriors this season and averaged 2.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and a steal in 3.7 minutes per game. His best game came against the Oklahoma City Thunder, in which he totaled 10 points and four steals in nine minutes in the fourth quarter of Golden State’s blowout win.