Ghanaian-American Center Selom Mawugbe has been added to Golden State Warriors roster to compete in this year’s NBA Summer League.

The 6 foot 10 inch defender joins up with the Warriors after competing in last season’s NBA Gatorade League for Warriors affiliate in the Development League-Santa Cruz Warriors.

Mawugbe in action for Santa Cruz

He is one three players who played in the G League last season that made the roster for the upcoming preseason competition. Ryan Taylor and Eli Pemberton are the other names to make the Warriors roster.

This year’s Summer League is to be held in Las Vegas from August 8 to August 17 after last season’s edition was cancelled due to the COVID 19 outbreak.

Mawugbe in action for Santa Cruz

Mawugbe will team up with Warriors top picks from the 2021 NBA Draft-Jonathan Kuminga (seventh overall) and Moses Moody (14th overall).

23 year old Mawugbe averaged 2.6 blocks in 12 games in last season’s G League and ranked third overall in the blocks category that had Ghana’s Amida Brimah averaged 2.8 blocks in second place.

Brimah will feature in the Summer League on a Two Way Contract with Indiana Pacers.