As expected, point guard Brandon Jennings signed with Washington after clearing waivers Wednesday, the team announced.
Jennings was released by New York earlier in the week. He signed a $1.2 million contract for the rest of the season, according to ESPN.
Along with the Knicks, Jennings has spent time with Milwaukee, Detroit and Orlando.
Per ESPN: “Jennings, 27, will fill a dire need for the Wizards at the backup point guard position. Fourth-year point guard Trey Burke will eventually be demoted to third-string point guard.”
Forward Danuel House was waived to create room for Jennings.