Dwayne Davis received training camp deals from a few NBA teams, but the Golden State Warriors’ summer league guard signed a one-year contract with Murcia of the Spanish ACB on Monday, a source told RealGM.

Davis won’t hold an opt out in his deal, deciding to accept the club's offer of significant playing time and shifting his focus to pursue the NBA next season.

A 6-foot-5 scorer, Davis averaged 16 points and 4.5 rebounds in his last season at Southern Mississippi. Davis, 23, averaged 3.2 points for the Warriors – who were champions of the Las Vegas summer league – and had a 10-point performance in 11 minutes late in the tournament to garner further interest.