Juan Toscano-Anderson became Golden State’s third player with a two-way to standard contract
Mexican Juan Toscano reached a mutual agreement to continue with Golden State Warriorsthe team reported in a statement.
“The Oakland native stays at bay. Warriors have signed a multi-year contract with Juan Toscano-Anderson.”
“Toscano-Anderson becomes the third player at Golden State from having a two-way contract to having a standard NBA contract, joining Quinn Cook (2017-18) and Damion Lee (2019-20), ”reported Golden State, the team posted on Twitter.
This season, Juan averages 5 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 20.3 minutes in 55 games.
He has also posted double figures 10 times, including a career-best 20-point performance on April 15 at Cleveland. On May 1 in Houston, he recorded five caps and four steals, his career high, becoming the first Warrior since Draymond Green to record those numbers in a game.