The 2019 Washington Wizards Summer League roster

LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 8: Troy Brown Jr. #6 and Anzejs Pasecniks #54 of the Washington Wizards high five during the game against the Brooklyn Nets on July 8, 2019 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by Bart Young/NBAE via Getty Images)


Unlike other sports, the NBA does not waste time in terms of their offseason. A month ago, the Raptors were crowned as World Champions. Now, the future of the NBA is getting their experience during the Summer League.

All NBA teams and the Chinese and Croatian national teams will play at least four games in Summer League. The teams with the best eight records will advance to the Summer League tournament in a new format. All other teams will play one consolation game.

For the Wizards, it’s been a rough time as a Franchise but the future looks bright. Let’s see who’s on the Summer League squad for the WizKids.

16 Noah Allen G/F 6-7 215 Hawaii Capital City Go-Go R
33 Armoni Brooks G 6-3 185 Houston Houston R
35 Elijah Brown G 6-4 200 Oregon Grand Rapids Drive R
6 Troy Brown, Jr. G/F 6-7 215 Oregon Oregon 1
14 Troy Caupain G 6-4 210 Cincinnati Lakeland Magic 1
40 Corey Davis G 6-1 190 Houston Houston R
8 Rui Hachimura F 6-8 230 Gonzaga Gonzaga R
24 Garrison Mathews G 6-7 204 Lipscomb Lipscomb R
54 Anzejs Pasecniks C 7-1 229 Latvia Herbalife Gran Canaria R
22 Tarik Phillip G 6-3 185 West Virginia Memphis Hustle R
7 Justin Robinson G 6-2 195 Virginia Tech Virginia Tech R
30 Issuf Sanon G 6-4 185 Ukraine Olimpija Ljubljana R
1 Admiral Schofield F 6-6 241 Tennessee Tennessee R
51 Jeff Withey C 7-0 230 Kansas Lavrio B.C. 5

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