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Kuminga, Wiseman and an “exciting prospect”

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Gone are Otto Porter Jr. and Nemanja Bjelica, two valuable contributors to last season’s champion squad. And promising young players, such as James Wiseman and Jonathan Kuminga, are expected to play much larger roles in Steve Kerr’s rotation.

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Kevon Looney, who played every game last season for the Warriors and had a playoff-best 63 offensive rebounds, returns to San Francisco on a three-year, $25.5 million contract. So does Draymond Green, who has two years left on his contract, but is considering a maximum extension of $164 million.

Golden State received another infusion of youth with the first-round selection of Patrick Baldwin Jr. in June, but perhaps the most intriguing addition to the team’s frontcourt dynamic is the former Denver forward JaMychal Green, who signed a one-year, $2.63 fully guaranteed contract. million after being bought out by the Thunder and rescinding the waivers.

How might these new players fit in with familiar faces? With training camp set to begin on September 24, here’s what The Chronicle is hearing about the situation from various sources within the organization:

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