The Golden State Warriors are continuing to strengthen their team heading into training camp next month and have signed former Memphis Grizzlies and New Orleans Pelicans guard Andrew Harrison. The 24-year-old, who was selected in the second round of the 2015 draft, has been signed on a training camp contract.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski confirmed Harrison’s signing on Tuesday following information from sports agent Kevin Bradbury of BDA Sports. At the moment it remains a training camp deal despite the Warriors having one roster spot open.

The recently dethroned NBA champions have only 14 guaranteed contracts and have one more roster spot open but they have their work cut out on the salary cap front if they want to add the guard to their 15-man NBA roster. Apart from the Grizzlies and Pelicans, he has also represented the Cleveland Cavaliers making it three teams in as many NBA seasons since being selected in 2015.

The 6’6” guard has averaged 7 points and 2.8 assists per game in his career thus far. For the first time in four seasons, the Warriors are going into the campaign not as the favorites after losing Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets.

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Andrew Harrison #5 of the Memphis Grizzlies reacts in the fourth period against the Brooklyn Nets during their game at Barclays Center on March 19, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Abbie Parr/Getty Images

Meanwhile, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban believes the crazy offseason that saw top players partner up at different franchises is good for the NBA and he believes the Warriors dynasty is at an end. He also pointed to ticket sales being better for every team as many franchises have two elite stars that the fans will fill the seats to watch.

“I think this summer, it really benefited the NBA,” Cuban said, as quoted on Mercury News. “We went from the Warriors being a dynasty to being wide open.”

“The best way to judge that is our ticket sales,” Cuban added. “Last year, there were two teams that never played to an empty seat; whatever team LeBron was on or playing, and the Warriors don’t play to an empty seat anywhere in the league. Everybody else had to hustle to sell tickets. Now that’s different.”

You’re going to have two stars on a lot of different teams,” he said. “Now the Lakers, Warriors, Clippers, Bucks and Rockets might be a draw. So you’re going to have more teams that are able to sell more tickets and that’s going to benefit the entire NBA.”