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July 15, 2014 Updates

Orlando Johnson is the second option for Brose Baskets Bamberg is they can’t finalize an agreement with Carlon Brown. Johnson has spent the season between Pacers (2.4 points per game in 39 games), Kings (1.3 points per game in 7 games) and Fort Wayne Mad Ants (13.7 points in 3 games). Sportando

Alex Kennedy: The Magic have waived Anthony Randolph. Pretty incredible that he just turned 25 years old today, and has been on six teams in six seasons. Twitter @AlexKennedyNBA

July 14, 2014 Updates

The Orlando Magic have signed free agent forward Channing Frye, General Manager Rob Hennigan announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal are not disclosed. “We’re extremely excited to welcome Channing (Frye) and his family to Orlando,” said Hennigan. “Channing’s character, competiveness, veteran experience, and leadership ability are valuable additions to our developing team. His ability to stretch the floor and play sound team defense are also ways in which we envision Channing helping our team moving forward.” NBA.com

July 12, 2014 Updates

A source close to the situation confirms that the Orlando Magic have signed Devyn Marble. Terms of the agreement are unknown at this time, but an official team announcement is expected this weekend. The 56th overall Draft selection being signed, along with the expected official signings of Channing Frye and Ben Gordon, means the Magic roster will currently be at 14 players. magicbasketballonline.com

July 11, 2014 Updates

The Orlando Magic are about to accelerate their search for someone to coach their new NBA Development League affiliate, the Erie BayHawks. According to an industry source with knowledge of the process, members of the Magic's front office will conduct interviews with coaching candidates this upcoming workweek in Las Vegas, the site of the NBA Summer League and site of league meetings. Orlando Sentinel

Paul Coro: Seth Curry joins the Summer #Suns in Vegas after averaging 9.8 ppg in 24 mpg with 44 FG% & 42 3-PT % in five Orlando league games for Magic. Twitter @paulcoro

July 10, 2014 Updates

Rade Filipovich, who is Vucevic's primary agent, said Vucevic's thinking hasn't changed. "We are in favor, of course, to stay here for many years," Filipovich told the Orlando Sentinel. "He loves this city, and Nicky likes to stay here. All the organization is very friendly and very helpful to Nicky. We don't see that we're going to have any problem to find a solution. "We don't have any timetable. Nothing is set. But I know that both sides are willing to find an agreement for Nicky to stay for many years in Orlando." Orlando Sentinel

The four-year, $32 million agreement between the Orlando Magic and power forward Channing Frye will become more friendly to the team's payroll figure as Frye's tenure progresses. According to an industry source with knowledge of the agreement, the Magic and Frye have structured the deal in such a way that Frye's annual salary will be at its highest during the 2014-15 season but will decrease by 4.5 percent each season after that. Orlando Sentinel

July 9, 2014 Updates

The four-year, $32 million agreement between the Orlando Magic and power forward Channing Frye will become more friendly to the team's payroll figure as Frye's tenure progresses. According to an industry source with knowledge of the agreement, the Magic and Frye have structured the deal in such a way that Frye's annual salary will be at its highest during the 2014-15 season but will decrease by 4.5 percent each season after that. Since it's widely known that the deal is worth a total of $32 million, it only requires some computations to determine what Frye's annual salaries will be. His salary for the upcoming season likely will be $8,560,707. Orlando Sentinel

The Pistons announced Monday that Wright was leaving the Magic’s organization, where he started in 2006 as an intern. He rose to become the Magic’s director of college scouting. He worked in the organization while Pistons president of basketball operations and coach Stan Van Gundy was coaching the Magic. He jumped at the chance to join him in Detroit. “That was a big draw for me,” Wright said. “Knowing the type of person that he is, the work that he does, his consistency as a person and as a coach was a big draw for me so I get to work with him.” Detroit Free Press

 

THE TOP 50 PLAYERS IN MAGIC HISTORY/span>

Two dominant big men and a couple of flashy perimeter players top the Magic's list.

   

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