Anderson, 25, reached the open market this summer following the expiration of his rookie scale contract. He initially signed that four-year deal with Dallas after being selected 21st overall in the 2015 draft, but was traded to Philadelphia at the 2017 trade deadline and then to Atlanta during the 2018 offseason.
In 48 games last season for the Hawks, Anderson recorded 3.7 PPG and 1.8 RPG on .408/.312/.743 shooting in just 9.6 minutes per contest. If he joins the Wizards, it would be a homecoming of sorts — he attended high school in Maryland and played his college ball at Virginia.
Assuming he does complete a deal with Washington, Anderson may have the opportunity to compete for a regular season roster spot. The Wizards are currently carrying 13 players on fully guaranteed salaries, with Phil Booth, Jemerrio Jones, Jordan McRae, and Justin Robinson on non-guaranteed or partially guaranteed contracts.