The Orlando Magic finished their regular-season roster by waiving four players Saturday, the team announced. Kadeem Batts, Drew Crawford, Seth Curry, and Peyton Siva will become free agents if they clear waivers and will likely land with the Erie BayHawks, the Magic's NBA D-League affiliate.
None of the four camp invitees played in the team's eight preseason games.
On October 7th, the BayHawks executed a trade with the Santa Cruz Warriors to acquire Curry's D-League rights. He and Siva are the only players of the four with prior NBA experience. Curry played one game each for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Memphis Grizzlies in the 2013/14 season, while Siva logged 224 minutes across 24 appearances with the Detroit Pistons.
Waiving Batts, Crawford, Curry, and Siva brings Orlando's roster to 15 players. The Magic's regular season starts Tuesday with a visit to the New Orleans Pelicans.