Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia has agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million contract, multiple outlets reported on Friday.
The defending National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors will have their starting five back together this upcoming season.
Pachulia signed as a free agent last summer and ultimately played a huge role in the Warriors' second National Basketball Association title in three years - the first of his lengthy career. He has averaged 7.0 points and 6.0 rebounds for five teams over 14 National Basketball Association seasons.
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Pachulia started all 70 games he played in the regular season and all 15 games he appeared in the postseason.
Re-signing Pachulia is a big deal given the Warriors didn't have a true center on the roster with fellow big man JaVale McGee also a free agent.
For now though, count Stephen Curry as one member of Dub Nation excited to have Pachulia back.