Lawal spent one season with Phoenix before heading overseas.
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 Magic wanted Smart, but the freshman guard decided to return to school for another season instead of entering the Draft.
Smart will return to Oklahoma State for a sophomore season despite a report that he was considering entering the draft.
The freshman guard initially said he would return to Oklahoma State for another season, but he may be having second thoughts, a report says.
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.
A report indicates that Orlando isn't opposed to selecting the Kentucky center in the 2013 NBA Draft.
The trade isn't imminent, but Orlando may be taking one last stab at moving the veteran shooting guard.
In the final half-hour before the 2013 NBA trading deadline, only three teams remained in pursuit of Redick.
There's widespread interest in the Magic guard, but Orlando might hang onto him past Thursday's deadline, a report indicates.
The Bucks, in their pursuit of Orlando's J.J. Redick, have apparently offered Mbah a Moute to the Magic, but Orlando isn't interested.
Orlando would trade Redick to Milwaukee, a report says, in exchange for the versatile Mbah a Moute and a first-round draft pick.
Orlando is asking teams interested in trading for the sharpshooting two-guard to include a first-round draft choice.
Orlando and New York have had talks about swapping the two guards, but a report indicates that more players or teams may need to be involved.
Denver is interested in acquiring the veteran two-guard, but may have cooled its pursuit of him in recent days.