Chris Haynes: Orlando Magic guard Josh Magette, who is on a two-way deal with his 45 days almost exhausted, will have his contract converted to a 10-day contract, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.
Michael Scotto: Former Atlanta Hawks point guard Josh Magette has agreed to a deal with Euroleague team Gran Canaria (Spain), The Athletic has learned.
Chris Patrick: Very excited for my man @JoshMagette ! The crafty playmaker, leader and former @ATLHawks PG has just inked a deal with powerhouse @EuroCup and @ABA_League team @KKCedevita . #FloorGeneral #Winner #LetsGo
Michael Scotto: The Atlanta Hawks will not tender Josh Magette a qualifying offer, a league source told The Athletic. He will become an unrestricted free agent as a result. He played 18 games and averaged 12.9 assists per 100 possessions for Atlanta last season.
The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has signed Josh Magette to a two-way contract, and has also signed Tyler Cavanaugh, it was announced today by General Manager and Head of Basketball Operations Travis Schlenk.
Chris Vivlamore: The Hawks do expect to sign another player to a two-way contract as with Josh Magette.
Chris Reichert: Josh Magette's contract with the Atlanta Hawks for 2017-18 is a two-way contract, per league source. @Alex Kennedy first to report
Alex Kennedy: The Atlanta Hawks have agreed to terms with Josh Magette on a contract for the 2017-18 season, according to league sources.
Los Angeles D-Fenders point guard Josh Magette will play for the Indiana Pacers in Orlando Summer League before suiting up for the Atlanta Hawks in Las Vegas Summer League, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
July 31, 2021 | 12:04 pm EDT Update
Bryn Forbes parted ways with Milwaukee after not playing in the last three games of the Finals, and league sources said the Brooklyn Nets are believed to be a leading candidate for him. Other teams to keep an eye on: Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas and New Orleans.
With teams and players able to negotiate free-agent deals beginning on Monday at 6:00pm ET, the 31-year-old will enter the new league year as a coveted three-and-D wing. “I’ve been in the league for a while,” Ennis told Hoops Rumors in a phone interview this week. “I’m in the league for a reason, obviously. Good vet, a good locker room guy, good teammate all-around. I just want to win. That’s my biggest thing.”
The veteran forward will enter free agency armed with a respectable 41-game sample that should make him an appealing under-the-radar target for teams in need of a wing. “I like Orlando a lot. When I first got here, I got an opportunity — and that’s all you can ask from a coach,” said Ennis, who was dealt from the Sixers to the Magic at the 2020 deadline. “I’ve definitely enjoyed the city and I’ve made a lot of good memories with my daughter.”
Keith Smith: Per a source: The Detroit Pistons have extended a qualifying offer to Two-Way player Saben Lee. He’s now a restricted free agent. The Pistons have also officially renounced the draft rights to Jaylen Hands.