The NBA Summer League schedule ended Saturday for the Washington Wizards, who went 2-3 in their five exhibition games in Las Vegas. But that record is not important.
What’s more significant was the performance of the young Summer League roster, a collection of mostly new players. Given that only six players on the Wizards’ roster are returning from last year — one of them being the injured John Wall — the Summer League squad symbolized how much of an overhaul the Wizards’ roster has gone through.
Over five games, the Wizards had four different players lead them in scoring at least once — 2019 first-round pick Rui Hachimura (twice), second-rounder Admiral Schofield, 2018 first-rounder Troy Brown Jr.