The Orlando Magic will let E`Twaun Moore hit the market on July 1st as an unrestricted free agent, reports ESPN scribe Marc Stein. As a result, Moore will be free to sign with any team and Orlando will not have the right to automatically match any offer to retain him.
The night of the 2014 NBA Draft, the Magic acquired Elfrid Payton and Evan Fournier via two separate trades; both players figure to hold the same role Moore did over his two seasons in Orlando, making the Purdue product less integral to the Magic's rebuild. He could still return to the team, but the chances of his doing so appear to be remote.
Moore, now 25, signed a minimum-salary contract with Orlando in September 2012. He averaged 7.1 points, two rebounds, and 2.1 assists per game in his two Magic seasons, playing primarily as the first or second guard off the bench.