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Warriors considering Jordan Bell reunion [reports]

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The Warriors are bringing out the big guns. As the regular season draws to a close and they fight to improve their seeding for a likely play-in game or two, the Golden State Warriors, according to multiple reports (and first reported by The Athletic’s Marcus Thompson), have had discussions about re-signing forward Jordan Bell, who was last with the Washington Wizards.

After two years with the Warriors, Bell signed a one-year deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves. He was later cut and, since 2019, has had stints with the Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers, Los Angeles Lakers and Wizards, where he was playing under a 10-day contract.

His last appearance was April 23, when he clocked 1:05 and went 0-for-1. His time with the Wizards ended after the conclusion of a second 10-day contract at the end of April.

The San Francisco Chronicle’s Connor Letourneau also confirmed the report, thought he poured a bit of cold water on the possibility of the deal, saying it, “very well might not come to fruition.”

This comes as the Warriors are expected to be without Kelly Oubre Jr. for 1-2 weeks, and are still without both Damion Lee and Eric Paschall heading into Thursday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

 

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