08/11/2021, 1:15 AM
Loses roster spot
Homesley signed a two-year deal with the Wizards in mid-May that included a team option for 2023-24, but he'll lose his spot on the 15-man roster without having ever appeared in a game for Washington. The organization still appears to be high on the second-year pro out of Liberty, who will join the Wizards for the Las Vegas Summer League with the hope of parlaying a solid showing into a training-camp deal or a two-way contract.
08/11/2021, 1:06 AM
Reaches deal with Washington
In addition to signing a deal that should secure him a spot on Washington's 15-man roster, the No. 31 overall pick in the draft cleared the NBA's health and safety protocol and is eligible to play for the Wizards in their Las Vegas Summer League game Tuesday versus the Kings, according to freelance NBA reporter Quinton Mayo. Per Charania, the first three years of Todd's contract are guaranteed.
08/08/2021, 2:15 AM
Enters health and safety protocols
While a COVID-19 diagnosis hasn't been confirmed yet, all signs point toward him being either a player that got the virus or is being listed for tracing purposes. He is one of the three Wizards players that have entered the health and safety protocols, along with Cassius Winston and Issuf Sanon.