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Wizards announce 2021 NBA Summer League roster and schedule

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Corey Kispert and Isaiah Todd will be their key contributors.

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Corey Kispert and Isaiah Todd are part of the Wizards’ 2021 NBA Summer League roster.
Photo by Rich Kessler/NBAE via Getty Images

On Wednesday, the Washington Wizards announced their 2021 NBA Summer League roster. The list of players is below.

Wizards 2021 NBA Summer League Roster

No. Name POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE/COUNTRY LAST TEAM YRS
No. Name POS HT WT DOB COLLEGE/COUNTRY LAST TEAM YRS
22 Marques Bolden C 6-10 249 04/17/98 Duke/USA Cleveland Cavaliers 2
8 Aubrey Dawkins G/F 6-6 205 05/08/95 UCF/USA BG Goettingen R
21 Jaime Echenique C 6-11 258 04/27/97 Wichita State/Colombia Acunsa GBC R
23 Melvin Frazier G 6-5 215 08/30/96 Tulane/USA Oklahoma City Blue 2
0 Jordan Goodwin G 6-3 200 10/23/98 Saint Louis/USA Saint Louis R
20 Dewan Hernandez F/C 6-10 235 12/09/96 Miami (FL)/USA Rio Grande ValleyVipers 1
33 Austin Hollins G/F 6-4 183 11/08/91 Minnesota/USA Zenit Saint Petersburg R
1 Caleb Homesley G/F 6-6 205 11/27/96 Liberty/USA Erie BayHawks R
34 Jay Huff F/C 7-1 240 08/25/98 Virginia/USA Virginia R
15 Mason Jones G 6-4 200 07/21/98 Arkansas/USA Philadelphia 76ers 1
24 Corey Kispert F 6-7 220 03/03/99 Gonzaga/USA Gonzaga R
30 Issuf Sanon G 6-4 185 10/30/99 Ukraine Dnipro R
14 Isaiah Todd F 6-10 210 10/17/01 USA G League Ignite R
4 Kyree Walker F 6-7 215 11/20/00 USA Chameleon BX R
5 Cassius Winston G 6-1 185 02/28/98 Michigan St./USA Washington Wizards 1
3 Justin Wright-Foreman G 6-0 190 10/27/97 Hofstra/USA Chorale Roanne Basket 1
6 Joe Young G 6-2 180 06/27/92 Oregon/USA Beijing Royal Fighters 3

The biggest names on the roster are Corey Kispert, Washington’s first round pick and Isaiah Todd, their second round pick after a multi-team Cassius Winston, Washington’s second round pick in 2020 and Caleb Homesley will also make their debuts in Summer League. In addition, Issuf Sanon, Washington’s second round draft pick from the 2018 NBA Draft will be on the team though his draft rights have since been traded to other teams.

Deni Avdija, their first round pick from the 2020 Draft will not be on the team.

The Wizards are guaranteed to play at least five games in the NBA Summer League. Their schedule is below:

  • Sunday, Aug. 8 vs. Indiana Pacers at 8 p.m. ET
  • Tuesday, Aug. 10 vs. Sacramento Kings at 10 p.m. ET
  • Thursday, Aug. 12 vs. Brooklyn Nets at 5 p.m. ET
  • Sunday, Aug. 15 vs. Milwaukee Bucks at 4 p.m. ET.