A gameday primer of tonight’s regular season home opener for the Orlando Magic, in which they host the Denver Nuggets at Amway Center. It’s no secret, with the Magic undergoing a rebuilding phase, that veteran players on the roster may be on the move before the trade deadline on April 20. J.J. Redick, a player …
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Marc Serota/Getty Images Via Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports: Ryan Anderson has reached agreement with the New Orleans Hornets on a four-year, $36 million contract in a sign-and-trade deal that will send backup center Gustavo Ayon to the Orlando Magic, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. As a restricted free agent, Anderson intended to sign an …
Via Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports: Orlando plans to pick up $6M option on final year of J.J. Redick’s contract, league sources tell Y! Sports. Magic have until week’s end [to fully guarantee his contract].
Via Alex Kennedy of HOOPSWORLD: Earl Clark has changed his mind and opted in to the final year of his contact with the Magic, according to sources close to the situation.
Via Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel: Hearing that Jameer Nelson has informed Magic he is opting out [of the final year in his contract and become an unrestricted free agent].
Via Alex Kennedy of HOOPSWORLD: Earl Clark has opted out of the final year of his contract with the Orlando Magic, sources confirm. He’ll be an unrestricted free agent.
Via Chris Broussard of ESPN.com: New Orlando Magic general manager Rob Hennigan made his first hire Monday, bringing Scott Perry to Orlando from the Detroit Pistons, according to league sources. Perry, who will be the Magic’s assistant general manager, had worked with the Pistons for the past four years under Joe Dumars as the club’s …
The Orlando Magic have a lot of decisions to make in the near future: namely the futures of general manager Otis Smith, head coach Stan Van Gundy, Dwight Howard, Ryan Anderson, J.J. Redick, and Jameer Nelson. Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel lists the top 10 issues that the Magic will be facing as they …
As Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinels tells it, “Eight teams in NBA history have recovered from 3-1 deficits.” Will the Orlando Magic become the ninth team? What can the Magic do to beat the Indiana Pacers on the road in Game 5 to extend their first round playoff series at least one more game? …