Dewayne Dedmon's time with the Orlando Magic is coming to an end.
According to Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel, the Magic have decided not to retain center Dedmon.
The Magic will rescind their qualifying offer to Dewayne Dedmon, making him an unrestricted free agent.— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) July 4, 2016
Dedmon, the long, athletic seven-footer, will be entering his fourth year in the NBA after spending the last two in Orlando. He notched a personal best 20 starts in last year's campaign, including a career-high 18-point double-double in a game against Chicago.
The Magic announced last Tuesday that they would extend a qualifying offer to their free agent big man, but the addition of center Bismack Biyombo made that unnecessary. According to sources, Dedmon has received heavy interest from the Golden State Warriors, the team that Dedmon started he professional career with. After the addition of Kevin Durant the the trade of Andrew Bogut on Monday, the Warriors will be looking for affordable pieces to round out their roster.