• Mychal Mulder
    PG, Golden State Warriors

    One of many to get a turn on the Warriors' roster carousel this season, Mychal Mulder was a silver lining, earning a three-year contract after impressing in two consecutive 10-day pacts.

    Mulder, who averaged 11.0 points and 3.3 rebounds per game in just seven contests this year, and fellow guard Damion Lee both earned three-year contracts after impressive showings for the Warriors and head coach Steve Kerr. On a per-game basis, Mulder ranked 288th in 8-cat and 275th in 9-cat. The contract is indicative of the Warriors' plans with the third-year Canadian out of Kentucky, and he should share bench opportunities with Lee for them next season behind Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.