1 Question for every Wizards player as countdown to busy summer begins

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12. Will Richaun Holmes pick up his player option for next season?

Since being sent to Washington in a deal with the Dallas Mavericks, Richaun Holmes has provided some much-needed interior presence for the Wizards. In a short period of time, Holmes has won over the fanbase with his effort on the boards and his ability to score underneath the basket.

Holmes has a player option worth nearly $13 million this summer. By June 29th, the eight-year NBA veteran will decide to lock in his contract with the Wizards for the 2024-25 season or opt-out and test the free agent market. Should he choose to stay, his veteran presence would be very welcome in the District on a team with many young players.

13. When will Eugene Omoruyi see more playing time?

Much like Shamet, Wizards forward Eugene Omoruyi is under a non-guaranteed contract for next season. After signing a two-way contract with the Wizards this past summer, the team has deployed the 6'7" forward very sparingly, averaging just 7.9 minutes per game. However, in his brief opportunities, Omoruyi has shown his worth as a sparkplug for Washington.

At the beginning of the month, Omoruyi and the Wizards agreed to a two-year contract extension, making him a full-time NBA player. As things shake out this summer, the team will have to decide on a place for Omoruyi in the rotation before his contract becomes guaranteed on January 10th of next year.