Here are five things to know about guard Donald Sloan, who the Wizards reached agreement with on a one-year deal on Thursday…
*A 6-3 combo guard, Sloan was out of the NBA last season. He played for the Guangdong Southern Tigers in China. There Sloan played with former Duke star Carlos Boozer and former Wizards forward Yi Jianlian.
*Sloan last appeared in the NBA with the Brooklyn Nets. He played 61 games for them in 2015-16, averaging 7.0 points, 4.4 assists and 2.8 rebounds. He shot 44 percent from the field and 38.4 percent from three. Both were career-highs.
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*The Wizards are Sloan's seventh NBA team as he approaches his sixth NBA season. He also spent time with the Hawks, Pelicans (then the Hornets), Cavaliers and Pacers before joining the Nets. He played two years in Indiana along with Wizards big man Ian Mahinmi. In Brooklyn he played with Wizards forward Chris McCullough.
*Sloan has been all over the place as a professional basketball player. He has spent time with three different G-League teams. In 2011, he played for the Barangay Ginebra Kings in the Philippines.
*Sloan played his college ball at Texas A&M. He was recruited by Billy Gillespie, but played three of his four seasons under current Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon. In 2007-08, Sloan played under Turgeon and alongside NBA star DeAndre Jordan.
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