Warriors Gaming Squad Completes Roster at 2023 NBA 2K League Draft

PLAYA VISTA, Calif. – Warriors Gaming Squad (WGS), the NBA 2K League affiliate team of the Golden State Warriors, selected Jaden “Nay” Bhopal in the second round (36th overall pick) at yesterday’s 2023 NBA 2K League Draft. Additionally, the team acquired Kenneth “Kenny Got Work” Hailey from DUX Infinitos.

Bhopal and Hailey join Charlie “CB13” Bostwick, Nidal “Mama Im Dat Man” Nasser, and Veron “YooVc” Coates, who were retained by Warriors Gaming Squad last season, where the team advanced to the Western Conference Finals.

The full 2023 Warriors Gaming Squad roster is below:




Draft Selection

Charlie “CB13” Bostwick

Point Guard

New York

10th overall (2019, Warriors Gaming Squad)

Nidal “Mama Im Dat Man” Nasser

Shooting Guard


29th overall (2018, Blazer5 Gaming)

Jaden “Nay” Bhopal


British Columbia

36th overall (2023, Warriors Gaming Squad)

Veron “YooVc” Coates


New York

3rd overall (2021, Warriors Gaming Squad)

Kenneth “Kenny Got Work” Hailey

Shooting Guard


11th overall (2018, Raptors Uprising GC)

Before the draft took place, Warriors Gaming traded Sam “Gradient” Salyers and a 2024 third round draft pick to Hawks Talon GC in exchange for their 2024 first round draft pick. WGS also acquired the 21st overall pick in the 2023 draft from Nets GC. In a separate transaction, WGS acquired Hailey, the 36th pick of the 2023 draft, and a 2024 first round pick via a trade with DUX Infinitos. In return, Warriors Gaming Squad gave DUX Infinitos the 21st and 46th overall picks of the 2023 draft as well as a 2024 second round draft pick.

Founded in 2018, Warriors Gaming Squad is the NBA 2K League affiliate of the Golden State Warriors. WGS earned their first-ever NBA 2K League Finals berth in 2020 and in 2019 became the first team in league history to win multiple tournaments in the same season. For more information on Warriors Gaming Squad, visit @WarriorsGaming on FacebookTwitter and Instagram, and NBA2KLeague.com.

The NBA 2K League launched in 2018 and features the best NBA 2K players in the world. Each of the league’s 24 teams features five players who compete as unique characters against the other teams in a mix of tournaments and playoff games. The NBA 2K League was co-founded by the NBA and Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. For more information about the NBA 2K League, visit NBA2KLeague.com.