DiVincenzo recorded nine points (3-4 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds and two assists in 17 minutes during Friday's preseason matchup against the Wizards in Japan.
The Kings didn't extend DiVincenzo a qualifying offer, so the guard was free to sign a two-year deal with the Warriors this offseason. He seemingly replaced defensive-minded guard Gary Payton, who inked a deal with Portland, in Golden State's rotation. But DiVincenzo likely still faces stiff competition from Jordan Poole, Moses Moody, Andre Iguodala and Jonathan Kuminga for playing time. Nonetheless, DiVincenzo's all-around offensive prowess was on display Friday, showcasing exactly what he can bring to the Warriors bench over the next two seasons.