On Saturday, the Washington Wizards released their roster for the 2022-23 NBA season. Here is the full list of players.
Wizards 2022-23 roster
|13||Vernon Carey Jr.||F/C||6-9||270||2/25/01||Duke/USA||2|
|67||Taj Gibson||F||6-9||232||6/24/85||Southern California/USA||13|
|7||Jordan Goodwin*||G||6-3||200||10/23/98||St. Louis/USA||1|
|22||Monte Morris||G||6-2||183||6/27/95||Iowa State/USA||5|
|20||Jordan Schakel*||F||6-6||200||6/13/98||San Diego State/USA||1|
|14||Isaiah Todd||F||6-10||210||10/17/01||G League Ignite/USA||1|
The big news about the Wizards’ roster isn’t so much about Bradley Beal or Kristaps Porzingis or Rui Hachimura. We all know they’re making the team. It’s more about who make the final roster spots and the final two-way spot. Matt Modderno made the case why Quenton Jackson should receive the spot, but ultimately, Jordan Goodwin got the nod instead. Jackson was cut.
Goodwin made a good case as to why he should receive a two-way contract in his own right. He averaged 16.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game for the Capital City Go-Go last season as they made a playoff appearance.
Jordan Schakel has the Wizards’ other two-way contract.
Do you feel the Wizards should have signed someone else to a two-way contract from theri training camp roster like Jackson, Devon Dotson Craig Sword or Jaime Echenique? Let us know in the comments below.