Point guard Nemanja Nedovic and center Dewayne Dedmon couldn't save the D-League Warriors from a 115-93 blowout loss at Bakersfield on Saturday.
Assigned to Santa Cruz earlier in the day, Nedovic - Golden State's first-round pick - entered the game averaging 30 points in two D-League games, but was just 4-of-11 from the floor and was charged with three turnovers in 24 minutes. He finished with 10 points, five assists, four rebounds and one steal.
Dedmon went 5-for-12 scoring 10 points and grabbing six rebounds, but also fouled out. An undrafted rookie, Dedmon appeared in four NBA games with the Warriors earlier this year.
Also assigned with Nedovic was center Ognjen Kuzmic who did not play on Saturday, but could see action in tonight's game against the Jam. He's returning from a fifth metacarpal fracture in his left hand.
At some point Nedovic and Kuzmic are expected to rejoin Golden State during their seven game road trip which begins tonight in Cleveland.