SAN FRANCISCO - The Golden State Warriors announced on Wednesday that former Auburn guard Malik Dunbar has earned a roster spot for the NBA Summer League.
Dunbar's former teammates Bryce Brown and Jared Harper will join him in this year's Summer League. Brown will join the Sacramento Kings while Harper is headed to the Phoenix Suns. Chuma Okeke, who was drafted by the Orlando Magic in the 2019 NBA draft, will not participate.
During his senior year at Auburn, Dunbar averaged 6.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 0.8 steals and 0.4 blocks.
Dunbar, from North Augusta, South Carolina, was a key player in Auburn's journey to the Final Four. He started 13 of the 14 final games during the season.
The former Auburn player shot 69 percent from the floor in the last five minutes of games during his last season with the Tigers.
Dunbar will join the Warriors in the California Classic Summer League, July 1-3, before the team participates in the annual NBA Summer League, July 5-11, in Las Vegas.