Former Warrior Eric Paschall to wear No. 0 with the Utah Jazz

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During the 2021 offseason, Eric Paschall’s time with the Golden State Warriors came to an end. In early August, Paschall was traded to the Utah Jazz for a future second-round pick in the NBA draft.

When he reunites with his childhood friend Donovan Mitchell in Utah, Paschall will don a new jersey number. After wearing No. 7 in Golden State, the Villanova product will suit up in No. 0 with his new team. Paschall shared a screenshot from NBA 2K21 with his new jersey number.

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Prior to getting traded to the Jazz, Paschall spent two seasons with the Warriors after getting drafted by Bob Myers and Steve Kerr out of Villanova in the second round of the 2019 NBA draft.

During his debut season in the association, Paschall earned a spot on the NBA’s All-Rookie First Team, averaging 14.0 points on 49.7% shooting from the field with 4.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists per contest. In his sophomore season, Paschall averaged 9.5 points on 49.7% shooting from the floor in a role off the bench.

Paschall will make his return to the Bay Area on Jan. 23 when the Jazz travel to Chase Center for a tilt against the Warriors.

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