By BRIAN BECKERBECKER/AP The Warriors’ NBA training camps are coming to an end, and they are set to kick off next week with a scrimmage.

They have been training camp in a hotel in Phoenix and are slated to depart on Monday.

The Warriors are slated for a two-day flight to Orlando for a game against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.

While the Warriors have been busy at the start of camp, they were not able to make a roster move until today.

Golden State waived veteran guard Mike McCarty, and the team announced it was bringing in guard/forward Kyle Singler to replace McCarty.

Singler has been a solid contributor at the NBA level and was one of the league’s top shooting guards last season with the Dallas Mavericks.

Singler was also a key member of the 2014-15 NBA All-Star team and was a two time NBA All Star.

NBA officials said Singler would be eligible to sign with any team in the NBA next season and would be free to sign a contract after the 2018-19 season.

Singler will not have the opportunity to participate in the Warriors training camp as he is still in the process of completing his NBA transition, but he is expected to be in Las Vegas to see his family for the first time.

The Warriors announced today that they will be hosting a scrimmage at the Phoenix Convention Center on Wednesday, July 14.

In addition to McCarty and Singler, the Warriors also brought in guard Isaiah Whitehead to join the team and play for the Suns.

Whitehead is a former undrafted free agent who was signed by the Golden State Warriors after playing in college with Kentucky.

Whitehead is expected the Warriors to get a lot of minutes, as well as possibly one of their key players in Singler.

Last season, the Golden States made a trade for Singler with the Milwaukee Bucks to get him off the bench.

After playing the majority of his first season with Milwaukee, Singler averaged 10.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game in 2016-17.

As for McCarty?

McCarty was a key player on the Golden Stiffs championship team last season and earned All-NBA honors in 2017-18.

“We’ve been lucky to get some very good players that are going to help us get to the next level,” Curry said.

“Hopefully I can help out a little bit and help the team out.

I’m excited to come out here and help out and help this team out.”

While Golden State will be missing out on McCarty as he will be joining the Warriors, Curry said he expects to have more experience playing alongside Singler than McCarty did.

Curry said he’s also excited to have a veteran presence in Singlers shoes, something McCarty has struggled with in the past.

“I know what it’s like to be the backup, it’s kind of a weird position,” Curry told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.

I’m looking forward to working with those guys and getting more experience.”

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