The Golden State Warriors have remained quite active this offseason while Tuesday was certainly no different. According to a Tuesday evening report from Michael Scotto of The Athletic, the Warriors have agreed to sign second-round 2019 NBA Draft pick and former Villanova Wildcats forward Eric Paschall to three-year, fully guaranteed deal.
Thanks to the fully guaranteed pact, the Warriors will pay Paschall a total of $4.2 million, according to the same report from Scotto.
In addition to adding Paschall on a three-year deal, the Warriors have remained pretty busy this offseason due to a variety of roster changes forced upon the five-time defending Western Conference Champions. Winning three titles as a result of the last five seasons, the Warriors will look much different to start the 2019-20 regular season.
For starters, point guard Stephen Curry and power forward Draymond Green will remain in place, which is obviously a good sign for Golden State. While the Warriors managed to retain All-Star shooting guard Klay Thompson this offseason, thanks to a five-year max contract, the veteran two-guard will not begin the year with his teammates as he continues to recover from a torn ACL suffered during the most recent postseason.
On the other hand, the Warriors lost superstar forward Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets, veteran center DeMarcus Cousins to free agency and eventually the Los Angeles Lakers and finally traded longtime swingman Andre Iguodala to the Memphis Grizzlies. Lastly, the Warriors acquired guard D'Angelo Russell from the aforementioned Nets upon parting ways with Durant.