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Report: Free-agent Juan Toscano-Anderson agrees to deal with Los Angeles Lakers

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After spending three seasons in the Bay Area with the Golden State Warriors, Oakland native Juan Toscano-Anderson appears to be on his way to Southern California. 

According to Chris Haynes of Yahoo! Sports, Toscano-Anderson has agreed to a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. Prior to the start of free agency, the Warriors didn’t extend a qualifying offer to Toscano-Anderson, making the 29-year-old forward a free agent. 

Via @ChrisBHaynes on Twitter:

After going undrafted out of Marquette in 2015, Toscano-Anderson spent three seasons playing professionally in Mexico before trying out for the G League Santa Cruz Warriors. 

During the 2019-2020 campaign, Toscano-Anderson was recalled by the Warriors to make his NBA debut. In three seasons with the Warriors, Toscano-Anderson quickly became a fan favorite at San Francisco’s Chase Center behind his gritty attitude and high-flying dunks. 

On the way to the NBA championship in 2022, Toscano-Anderson averaged 4.1 points on 48.9% shooting from the floor with 2.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 0.7 steals in 13.6 minutes per game. 

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