The Golden State Warriors made some big moves on Thursday night, literally.

For a team that has become known over the past few years for their small ball lineup, the Warriors certainly focused on adding length to their team in the 2016 draft.

After already selecting 7-footer Damian Jones with the 30th pick of the night, the Warriors made another signing after the draft that will quickly silence anyone debating whether the team has enough length.

Following the draft, the Oakland franchise signed undrafted 7’6” UC Irvine center, Mamadou N'Diaye. The news came via N'Diaye’s Twitter, where he expressed how grateful he was to pursue his “NBA dream.”

As a member of the UC Irvine Anteaters, the 22-year-old giant averaged 12.1 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 2.4 blocks per game.

If he were able to make the Warriors’ final roster, N'Diaye would quickly make up for any length the team may have been lacking before. However, there are reasons no other team drafted him in either round.

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