Barry Jackson: Heat adds a 20th player: guard/forward B…

Barry Jackson: Heat adds a 20th player: guard/forward BJ Johnson, who appeared in 10 games with Magic last season.

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Roy Parry: The Magic have waived B.J. Johnson, Vic Law, DaQuan Jeffries, Isaac Humphries and Jon Davis, the team has announced. The moves put the Magic roster at 15, including two-way players Josh Magette and Amile Jefferson.
John Denton: .@OrlandoMagic have signed free agent G BJ Johnson. The 6-7 Johnson played in 7 games last season during his rookie season with ATL & SAC, averaging 3.3 ppg. and 1.1 rpg. in 7.0 minpg. He also appeared in 39 games (32 starts) with @LakelandMagic Lakeland of the NBA G League.
Jason Jones: The Kings are signing BJ Johnson of G League Lakeland for rest of season. They will assign him to the G League immediately so he can resume the playoffs.
The Orlando Magic have signed free agent guard John Petrucelli, President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal are not disclosed. In addition, the Magic have waived B.J. Johnson.
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