Spellman appeared in 49 games for the Warriors in 2019-20 after the franchise acquired him from the Atlanta Hawks after his rookie season. The 26-year-old has since had stints in the Summer League and in the G League, but is now playing with Anyang KGC in Korea where he won a championship earlier this year.
Bowman averaged over 22 minutes in 45 games with the Warriors in 2019-20. That remains his only NBA playing time however, with the 26-year-old currently playing for Treviso Basket in the Lega Basket Serie A.
Cauley-Stein was one of the Warriors’ most exciting acquisitions of the 2019 offseason, having previously been a sixth overall pick of the Kings in 2015. Unfortunately it failed to work out, traded to the Mavericks in January 2020 after 41 games with the franchise. The 29-year-old is currently signed with Openjobmetis Varese in the same Italian league as Bowman.
Evans was a late first-round pick of the Warriors in 2018, playing a total of 57 games with the franchise over two seasons. He was a part of the Russell-Wiggins trade in February 2020, but played with the Santa Cruz Warriors in the 2021-22 G League season
True Warrior fans will always remember Smiley as someone the franchise hoped could be absolutely anything. Unfortunately, the plans to develop him into an All-Star level big failed to materialize and he was gone after just 29 games with the team over two seasons. The Serbian currently plays for Partizan Belgrade in the ABA and EuroLeague.
Bender had a brief nine-game stint with the Warriors, averaging nearly 22 minutes per game. Unfortunately the pandemic meant he couldn’t show more with the Warriors, and he’s been unable to play in the league since. The fourth overall pick by Phoenix in 2016, the 25-year-old is currently playing for Obradoiro CAB in the Liga ACB.
Mulder played just nine games with the Warriors in 2019-20 before becoming a regular in Steve Kerr’s rotation the following season. He would play 15 games with Orlando and two with Miami in the 2021-22 season, and has since played with the latter’s G League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.