The Wizards agreed to terms on a one-year contract with guard Chasson Randle to fill the 14th spot on their NBA roster on Tuesday, NBC Sports Washington has confirmed.

Randle, 25, puts the Wizards above the threshold for the league roster minimum. They went 14 days with an opening after their Oct. 15 trade with the Bucks involving Jodie Meeks.

Randle now gives the Wizards extra depth in their backcourt. He can play both point guard and some at shooting guard in a pinch.

Randle spent last season with Real Madrid, but has 26 games of NBA experience. He split the 2016-17 season with the Sixers and Knicks. Before joining the NBA, Randle was a star at Stanford University.

The Wizards plucked Randle from their new G-League affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go. When the roster spot initially opened up, the Wizards first looked in-house, hoping to promote a player who was already familiar with their system

The news was first reported by Shams Charania of the Athletic.