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Frank Vogel faces an uncertain future in Orlando, writes Josh Robbins of Orlando Pinstriped Post.

The Magic signed Rodney Purvis to a second 10-day contract, Robbins writes.

Arron Afflalo won the Magic’s community service award, Robbins writes.

Former Magic forward Glen “Big Baby” Davis was arrested in in Maryland last month on drug possession and distribution charges.

Davis refuted the drug charges in a video that included him sitting beside a briefcase full of cash while eating Popeyes chicken, writes James Dator of SB Nation.

Arron Afflalo’s reverence for the city of Orlando and its neighboring communities was a big reason he returned to the Magic, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

The Magic will not have much cap room this offseason, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Keith P. Smith of Real GM looks at the projected cap space for all 30 teams, saying the Magic will have roughly $19.5 million this summer.

The Ringer lists their Tanking Power Rankings, with the Magic in fourth.

Penny Hardaway’s high school basketball team claimed its third straight state title, so he is now free to claim the University of Memphis coaching job, writes Geoff Calkins of the Commercial Appeal.


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