The Washington Wizards are currently facing a void at the center position, both in terms of quantity and quality within their frontcourt rotation. However, a potential solution might have emerged thanks to a move by the Oklahoma City Thunder. In a recent development, the Thunder have announced the waivers of TyTy Washington and Usman Garuba. This decision doesn't come as a shock, given that OKC already had 21 guaranteed contracts on their roster and needed to make adjustments before the commencement of the 2023-24 season. Since both Garuba and Washington were acquired during the offseason as part of a salary dump trade, the Thunder didn't have a substantial investment in them. Their focus primarily lies on nurturing and developing the young players they drafted.