A collection of stories and rumors about the Magic and the 2015 free-agent period.
The former Spartan is reportedly set to join Orlando on a two-year contract.
The team made official three long-rumored transactions Tuesday.
Here's our best guess at which players will slot where on Scott Skiles' club.
The team made two long-rumored free-agent moves official Thursday
A report suggests the eighth year big man will be on his way to Orlando next season.
The Magic will send the fourth-year big man to the Knicks in a sign-and-trade.
Orlando will reportedly add the veteran point guard to its backcourt.
The Magic were able to strike a deal with their free agent forward, according to multiple reports.
The All-Star forward will remain in Atlanta rather than make a free-agent move to Orlando.
The Knicks and Hornets will not extend qualifying offers to their reserve bigs, making them potential Magic targets in free agency.
The veteran guard is on the outs in Orlando after one season.
Orlando's 22-year-old gadget forward could reportedly command an annual salary in the mid-teens, and Orlando may not match it.
The fourth-year forward was quiet when it came to the topic of his pending free agency.
With a coaching hire to make and multiple free agents to make decisions on, this summer is a key one for the Magic to take the next step as they rebuild.
Despite his diminished playing time of late, Orlando will make sure it has the right of first refusal on Kyle O'Quinn when he hits free agency.
Orlando hung onto its young, versatile forward at the trading deadline.