UPDATE: Michael Lee of the Post is reporting that N'Diaye has accepted the Wizards non-guaranteed tender.
The Wizards are less than 6 days 8 hours and 40 minutes from starting training camp - thanks to the team's countdown clock. As of this moment, they still have not signed their second-round pick Hamady N'Diaye. However, according to N'Diaye's agent, Keith Glass, there has been some "progress."
According to his agent, N'Diaye is currently in Washington working out with members of the team. The Wizards and Glass are having what he describes as "amicable discussions." Glass said that the Wizards have sent through a one-year agreement. It is believed that the agreement is at the league minimum. Glass feels that a one year agreement helps N'Diaye, as it can open up his options following the season.
Glass expects Hamady N'Diaye to enter training camp with the Wizards next week. However, if for some unexpected reason an agreement is not reached with the Wizards, N'Diaye and Glass are open to opportunities in Europe. Ultimately, their highest priority is placing Hamady with a good team that will allow him to further his career "with a requisite salary," as Glass said.
The Wizards, per team policy, declined comment.