Golden State Warriors Re-Sign Free Agent Guard

They've kept him on their radar all season long, from Summer League, through the G League, right up through a recent 10-day contract. Now the Golden State Warriors are inking Lester Quinones to a two-way contract. 

Michael Scotto of Hoops Hype is reporting on the deal. 

The undrafted 22 year old out of Memphis played with the Warriors Summer League team last July, and has spent most of this season with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the G League, still under the watchful eye of the Dubs. 

And he's had an impressive season down there in 26 games, averaging 21.4 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists. He had a sizzling 42-point performance in late February, and only days later, Golden State signed Quinones to a 10-day deal, but he didn't get into any games. 

He headed back down to the G League on March 12th, but just last night exploded once again, this time dropping a career-high 46. 

And that was certainly enough to earn him his two-way deal with the big club.

The open spot for Quinones comes after the Warriors converted Anthony Lamb's two-way into a standard contract.

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