The Wizards finished this season’s Las Vegas Summer League with a 1-4 record. Of course, the team would have wanted to win more and play longer in the annual summer tournament, but this year’s trip was far more productive than the record suggests.
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Wizards two-way forward Devin Robinson spent the majority of the 2017-18 season in the G League. Undrafted out of Florida, Robinson already had motivation to improve his game and prove he belonged in the NBA. Unseen hours in the gym and the weight room are now revealing results in Las Vegas at Summer League.
In what has been a busy NBA offseason already, the Wizards added center Dwight Howard to their list of transactions. Howard, who was bought out by the Nets after a June trade from the Hornets, joins free agent Jeff Green, draft picks Troy Brown Jr. and Issuf Sanon, waiver claim Thomas Bryant, and the acquired Austin Rivers as the team’s new additions this offseason.
Washington, D.C. – Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has signed free agent center Dwight Howard.
It had been a over a year since the Wizards had won a Summer League game after going 0-5 last season and 0-2 to start this week in 2018. Monday afternoon, Washington finally put one in the win column on the back of another strong performance from its starting five.
The second half of a Summer League back-to-back awaits the Wizards on Monday as they go in search of their first victory of the week in Vegas against the Sixers.
The Wizards are back on the floor Sunday looking to even their Summer League record after a loss to Cleveland in the opener. Sunday’s opponent is Lonnie Walker and the San Antonio Spurs, who also dropped their Summer League opener to the Pacers.
The Wizards fell 72-59 in their Summer League opener on Friday night in Las Vegas.