The Golden State Warriors lost a number of key rotational players in free agency recently, and there's no denying that they're going to have to find a way to replace the likes of Gary Payton II, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Bjelica, and Juan Toscano-Anderson ahead of the new season. One step towards this objective is the successful signing of one-time NBA champ Donte DiVincenzo on a two-year deal worth $9.3 million.

DiVincenzo isn't exactly a star, but he brings a lot to the table for the Warriors. Draymond Green recently shared how excited he is about this addition as he discussed how he believes the 6-foot-4 shooting guard can contribute to the Dubs this coming season:

“Warriors also signed Donte, which I thought was a great pickup,” Green said on his podcast The Draymond Green Show, via Tristi Rodriguez of NBC Sports. “Steph [Curry] and I definitely put the full-court press on Donte, and understanding how important that addition is. With losing [Gary Payton II], you add another wing who can defend.

“Donte can shoot the ball, I think he’s going to get more open shots with us than he’s ever gotten. And that’ll be absolutely incredible. I think he’ll have an opportunity to show his athletic ability. I think this will be very good for Donte and I think this will be really good for the Warriors so I’m absolutely happy about that signing.”

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Green then talked up DiVincenzo's championship experience and how he was an integral part of the Milwaukee Bucks' 2021 title run:

“A guy who knows how to play winning basketball,” Green said. “He comes from the Milwaukee Bucks organization, obviously, he just was recently in Sac, but spent years in Milwaukee. He’s a champion, so I’m very happy with that signing. I thought that was an incredible move for us, and I think he will help us out tremendously.”

DiVincenzo isn't going to fill all the holes the Warriors have right now following the departure of a handful of their players, but he is definitely a great addition for Golden State. The former Villanova standout is likely going to be a key piece for Steve Kerr and his rotation in 2022-23.