Free agency has arrived and we will soon know where Aaron Gordon, Mario Hezonja and all of the free agent point guards the Magic could use will be playing next season.
Below is a collection of the latest headlines related to the Magic and free agency that help to give some insight into Orlando’s options and interests.
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Source: Most teams expect the Orlando Magic to match any offer for RFA Aaron Gordon, so an offer sheet is unlikely to come.— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) July 1, 2018
This benefits Orlando as far as potentially keeping costs down in a new deal for Gordon.
For RFA Aaron Gordon, a source told me there was "nothing significant" as of yet from the @OrlandoMagic or other teams. Added, without irony, "It's early."— Sean Deveney (@SeanDeveney) July 1, 2018
Shortly before midnight, several league execs were under the impression that Mario Hezonja saw the Knicks as his top choice in free agency. It will be interesting to see if a longer contract offer from another suitor impacts negotiations here. https://t.co/XG0rnWWXRt— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) July 1, 2018
Reports are saying that recently-turned unrestricted free agent Mario Hezonja has already met with the New York Knicks.
Zach Oliver, Aaron Goldstone and I held a roundtable to discuss the Magic’s free agency options and answered everything from the top five point guards we would each target to one trade the Magic should make.
In one of the latest FanPosts, The BBQ Chicken Madness suggests ways the Magic can fix their point guard problems.
Five questions facing the Magic at the start of free agency, courtesy of Garrett Townsend.
A throwback story from a few months back when I wrote that Victor Oladipo showed why the Magic must re-sign Aaron Gordon.
Keeping Aaron Gordon and finding a poing guard top the list of Magic’s free agency priorities, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Gordon said he will do his due diligence in free agency, Robbins writes.
In his Magic Mailbag, Robbins suggests how the Magic will address their point guard needs and if the Magic will bring back Mario Hezonja and if the Magic will re-sign Aaron Gordon.
The Orlando Magic’s free agency to-do list, courtesy of Ryan Doyle of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic are staying patient with Aaron Gordon in the early stages of free agency, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
It’s a big week for Aaron Gordon, who becomes a restricted free agent and makes his acting debut, writes Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated.
Woj reported that the Pacers could target Aaron Gordon in free agency, writes C. Cooper of Indy Cornrows.
The Knicks have interest in Mario Hezonja, writes Joe Flynn of Posting and Toasting.
The Nets interest isn’t in Aaron Gordon, but in Mario Hezonja, writes Brian Lewis of the New York Post.
The Kings are interested in Mario Hezonja if the money is right, reports James Ham of NBS Sports Bay Area.
Five reasons for the Knicks to sign Mario Hezonja in free agency, courtesy of Maxwell Ogden of Daily Knicks.
Mario Hezonja may have some untapped potential, writes Jordan Brodess of Mavs Moneyball.
Aaron Gordon is one of the seven most interest restricted free agents this offseason, writes Jonathan Tjarks of The Ringer.