ANDth Thursday, Juan Toscano-Anderson put an end to his time with the Golden State Warriors. The Mexican signed on the first day of free agency wi
ANDth Thursday, Juan Toscano-Anderson put an end to his time with the Golden State Warriors. The Mexican signed on the first day of free agency with the Lakersafter which I received a emotional farewell to Stephen Curry.
“Always a champion and always doing it for Oakland. Good luck my friend @juanojuan10,” Steph wrote in an Instagram story, which shows images of the championship celebration, with the Mexican unable to hold back his tears under a Mexican flag.
Curry and Toscano-Anderson always had a good relationshipwith multiple jokes and messages of appreciation on social networks during the three seasons that coincided in Golden State.
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Oakland and Juan Toscano-Anderson
Toscano-Anderson was born in East Oakland and went to Castro Valley High School before receiving a scholarship to play for Maquette. After his eligibility ended, he played in the Mexican and Venezuelan leagues, before signing up for the affiliate of the G-League of the Warriors in Santa Cruz..
Debut in 2020 in the NBA and although he was cut a couple of times, was part of the rebuilding of the team on 19/20 and 20/21, since the injuries of Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry, in addition to the departure of Kevin Durant, allowed the Mexican to make a place for himself in the NBA, although in the last Playoffs he left Steve Kerr’s rotation.
With the Warriors, Toscano-Anderson used the number 95 for being the street where he grew up in Oakland, 95th Avenue.