"The NBA has never been less forgiving to players like Elfrid Payton. His every minute on the floor for the Magic is a test; operating in the league without a reliable jump shot forces a player to not only be skilled and smart, but..."
Orlando is mentioned as a possible landing place for both.
Dan Feldman talks to Aaron Gordon and Scott Skiles about the Magic forward's potential.
Article refers to the Knicks, but the main body explains a lot of the Magic's current woes.
This hurts bad because it's true.
"Tyler Harvey A Silver Lining During Erie Losing Skid" from Ridiculous Upside
Analysis of the difficulty of following the Thunder's path of rebuilding (IE via the lottery)
Magic are expected to be Parson's biggest suitor this summer, offering him a max deal while trying to pair him with another max player (article suggests Horford, citing mutual interest).
These were the stat lines against Houston Khris Middleton: 30 points. 5 steals. 4 assists. Giannis Antetokounmpo: 18 points. 17 rebounds. 11 assists. 4 steals. 2 blocks. Jabari Parker: 36 points. 5 assists. 4 rebounds. 2 steals. Those are some insane stats regardless, I know this is about the Bucks. But, what if the young guys on the magic were able to put of lines like that? I can see Oladipo, Gordon and Hezonja putting up similar stats respectively.