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Wizards' Sheldon McClellan: Concludes summer league stint
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McClellan completed his first Las Vegas Summer League campaign with 2.6 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game over the course of five contests.

Just one year ago McClellan was the face of a top-10 ranked Miami squad. However, as he quickly learned, life at the professional level is not as cut out as it may seem. McClellan shot just 26.7 percent from the field and was 0-5 from beyond-the-arc. Additionally, the 84-percent-charity-stripe shooter in college knocked down just 71 percent of his free-throws. If McClellan does find a way to beat and the odds and make Washington's roster, he will likely do so as a deep reserve.

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Wizards' Daniel Ochefu: Struggles in summer league tryout
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ochefu totaled just 1.8 points and 2.8 boards per game over four Las Vegas Summer League appearances.

After experiencing the highest of highs by winning a national title with Villanova, Ochefu may have just witnessed his lowest of lows. After scoring a combined seven points in his first two summer league games, the 6-foot-11 center was held scoreless over his last two contests. For a guy who averaged double-digits in the scoring column during his senior season this was truly an adjustment. With three centers already on Washington's roster, it is tough to see Ochefu's name penciled in alongside any of them. Although making the Wizards' roster is a bit of a long shot, Ochefu will most likely have another opportunity to prove his worth at this level.

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Wizards' Kelly Oubre: Stars in summer league
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Oubre finished his five game Las Vegas Summer League tour with 19.2 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game earning him a spot on the All-NBA Summer League second team.

The one year removed one-and-done stole the show this summer excelling in many facets of his game. Over the five game stretch, Oubre led Washington in the scoring, rebounding and steals departments. Last season proved to be a bit of a learning curve for the rookie, but with fellow teammate Alan Anderson still without a contract, it appears Oubre could be looked upon to take big strides for the Wizards this season. Even though Oubre was very impressive, he still shot just 25 percent from three-point land during summer league play. If the 20-year-old develops a more consistent jumper before the season rolls around, he could be ready to take that next step.

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Wizards' Jarell Eddie: Pushes back guarantee date on contract
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Eddie agreed to push the guaranteed date for his 2016-17 contract back to the start of the regular season, J. Michael of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.

Back in December, Eddie signed a two-year contract with the Wizards that covered him for the remainder of last season, but his $980,000 deal for 2016-17 was never fully guaranteed. Eddie's deal for 2016-17 was supposed to become guaranteed last week, but in an effort to afford the team some more roster flexibility as well as to avoid getting waived, he agreed to adjust the guarantee deadline. The Wizards signed undrafted free agent wings Danuel House and Sheldon McClellan this offseason, and those two will presumably battle Eddie in training camp for one of the last spots on the roster.

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Wizards' Danuel House: Signs two-year deal with Wizards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

House agreed to a two-year deal with the Wizards on Friday, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.

The Texas A&M product parlayed a partially guaranteed contract with the Wizards earlier in the summer into a two-year deal thanks to a strong showing at the Las vegas Summer League. House averaged 12 points and 3.8 rebounds in four summer league games. He'll likely serve primarily as a depth option early in his career given the Wizards' current roster construction, however.

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