Though the Wizards' top 15 players are set after they picked guard Carrick Felix for the final roster spot, they still have a decision to make on which players will join them for the start of the season, Wednesday night against the Sixers.
The Wizards are considering keeping one of their rookies on two-way contracts for the start of the year. The most likely candidate is forward Michael Young with Devin Robinson still on the mend from a stress fracture in his left foot.
Under two-way contracts, players are allowed 45 days at the NBA level. Young would spend most of his time this season in the G-League, but could help out early on with Markieff Morris rehabbing from sports hernia surgery. NBC Sports Washington reported this scenario last week.
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Head coach Scott Brooks avoided specifics, saying the Wizards could keep both Young or Robinson, or send both to the G-League to start the year.
"I'd like to keep them around, one for sure, maybe a couple of games, just to have them experience some time with us. I don't want to tell you which one," he said.
Robinson, 22, has been out since the start of training camp. He did not appear in any preseason games. Young, 23, played in two and scored one point.
The Wizards have two home games to begin the year before heading out on a road trip out west. They could keep Young with the team before the road trip begins.
Once the 45 days are up on a player's two-way deal, their team then decides if they want to convert the contract into an NBA deal. That 45-day clock, however, does not kick in until G-League training camp starts later this month.
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