The Golden State Warriors champion Juan Toscano-Anderson has signed a deal with the Mexico City Capitanes, according to the team. The Capitanes, a G-League franchise in Mexico City, stated the following in their official statement regarding the signing of Toscano-Anderson:
Juan Toscano-Anderson will start playing for the Mexico City squad during the NBA G League 2023–24 season, according to a recent announcement from Capitanes. During the Utah Jazz’s 2022–23 season, Toscano-Anderson played. He played in 22 games, scoring 3.4 points, grabbing 2.9 rebounds, and dishing out 1.8 assists per. Juan participated in that season’s Los Angeles Lakers as well. From 2019 to 2022, the Mexican also competed for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA.
The Warriors were said to have worked out Toscano-Anderson this summer, but it appears that they decided to go with another player during training camp, which resulted in the NBA champion signing a G-League contract. Toscano-Anderson, who has previously played for the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA, will want to make an impression in the G-League while he pursues a return to the NBA.
Toscano-Anderson should be an excellent addition for the Capitanes because of his outstanding NBA experience.