The Wizards managed to stay fully healthy and at full roster capacity for less than two days, and now the ranks again are diminishing rapidly.

On Thursday the Wizards (8-25) assigned rookie reserve center Hamady Ndiaye to the Dakota Wizards of the NBA Development League. Ndiaye, who was picked 56th overall in June’s draft, has appeared in four games this season, scoring three points.

Ndiaye, who was obtained as part a draft-day trade that sent Trevor Booker to the Wizards, originally was planning to play overseas this season, but he ultimately was left with little option but to accept a minimum contract to stay with the Wizards after joining the team for the Las Vegas Summer League and preseason training camp.

Ndiaye’s departure comes after a full slate of 15 Washington players practiced Tuesday. On Wednesday afternoon, the Wizards waived guard Lester Hudson for the second time this season to avoid having him on the roster Jan. 10, when player contracts are guaranteed for the remainder of the season.

Hudson, who was signed Dec. 20, appeared in 11 games in two separate stints this season, totaling 18 points and 17 assists in 73 minutes of play.

The Wizards then lost Josh Howard to left knee soreness for the second half of Wednesday’s loss at Philadelphia. Howard did not practice Thursday. His status remains day-to-day.