“It’s a little bit skewed,” Spoelstra said, noting the zero moves this season come after an offseason of widespread change. “I wouldn’t necessarily jump to that conclusion that organizations have changed their perception and won’t pull the quick trigger. It’s never just about coaching. It has to be a collaboration, with players, with personnel and most importantly with personnel and management. Thank God we have that here.”
July 24, 2017 | 10:59 pm EDT Update
The Orlando Magic and second-round pick Wesley Iwundu have agreed in principle to a three-year contract that includes a team option for the third year, Iwundu’s agent, Austin Walton, told the Orlando Sentinel. Iwundu will earn about $1.05 million in his rookie season, Walton said.
Magic currently have 13 players under contract for the upcoming season — not including Iwundu — but it’s important to note that the contracts for swingmen Patricio Garino and Marcus Georges-Hunt are not guaranteed.