The annual event expands to six days and 10 teams in 2013, the Magic announced Thursday.
"14 or 15" of the NBA's general managers have told one writer that Indiana guard Victor Oladipo is their favorite player in the 2013 Draft.
Harrington isn't in the Magic's future plans, and the team will either trade him or waive him over the summer. To that end, they'll let him audition for other teams, a report indicates.
The rookie forwards received votes for the yearly honor, but the league's coaches ultimately didn't select them for either of the teams.
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One national writer believes Arron Afflalo, and perhaps Maurice Harkless, have the skills to be the next Battier.
The veteran point guard represented the Southeast Division in the 2013 vote. Jason Kidd won the award.
The 22-year-old center showed great promise in his second season, but Orlando would be willing to part with him in the right deal.
The Magic ended their season on a down note, losing to Miami and locking up the league's worst record in the process.
Orlando finished the regular season with the league's worst record, giving it a 25 percent chance of earning the top pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Smart's decision to return to school affects the Magic's Draft plans, one analyst says, because Orlando would have at least considered using the first overall pick on him.
New York's addition of the former Orlando swingman will help the Magic realize some salary-cap savings.