Aaron White, who was taken 49th in the NBA draft by the Wizards in 2015, will play another professional season abroad but this time with Zalgiris in Lithuania, league sources tell CSNmidatlantic.com.

White signed a two-year deal with an NBA out clause. The Wizards still retain his NBA rights.

White played for Washington in Las Vegas summer league last year but instead of going to training camp he signed to play for St. Petersburg, Russia.  The previous season, he played in Germany.

Zalgiris is coached by Sarunas Jasikevicius, who played at the University of Maryland from 1994-98 and had brief stints in the NBA with the Indiana Pacers and Golden State Warriors.

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