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We’re surprised the Cavs did not move Luol Deng. He’ll be gone on July 1, no later than a minute past midnight, and despite an Achilles injury that prevents him from practicing on most days, he’ll be high on everyone’s free-agent list. The Mavs, Lakers, Celtics, Magic and Charlotte are all interested. Why not stay in Cleveland? Kyrie Irving doesn’t make players around him better and Dion Waiters is a me-first player. New York Daily News

February 21, 2014 Updates

The Magic began buyout discussions with Davis earlier in the week, and when they were unable to deal him before Thursday’s trade deadline, the buyout plans were accelerated and ultimately executed. "After the deadline passed, we just felt like this change was necessary and a good thing for our team and also for Glen," Magic GM Rob Hennigan said. "It mutually benefitted both sides. … It opens up opportunities for players on our team to get some minutes. Those minutes, with (head coach) Jacque (Vaughn), they will be based on merit and have to be earned. With Glen leaving, it certainly opens up some minutes for our younger guys." NBA.com

Glen Davis: I want to first thank the Orlando Magic for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this Organization over the last 3 years. Secondly, I want to thank the Magic fans and the Orlando community for welcoming me and my family into your family and for your support. Although I will no longer be a Magic Player, I will continue to make Orlando my home. It’s great place to live and to raise my family. Thanks again for all of your support. I am eternally grateful. All my best!!!! Twitter @iambigbaby11

February 20, 2014 Updates
THE TOP 50 PLAYERS
IN MAGIC HISTORY
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Two dominant big men and a couple of flashy perimeter players top the Magic's list.

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