The Orlando Magic have re-signed free agent forward/center Moritz Wagner (MORE-rhetz VOG-ner), President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman announced today.
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Wagner recently played for Germany during the Olympics in Tokyo. His younger brother, Franz, was selected by Orlando with the eighth overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. Wagner will wear #21 with the Magic. His brother, Franz, who had originally selected #21 after he signed with Orlando, will now wear #22.
Josh Robbins: The Orlando Magic have reached an agreement on a two-year contract with Moe Wagner, league sources said.
Josh Robbins: The commitments to sign Robin Lopez and now Moe Wagner, in addition to the recent signings of rookies Jalen Suggs and Franz Wagner, would give Orlando 15 players under contract. However, Dwayne Bacon’s 2021-22 salary is nonguaranteed for a few more days.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent F Moe Wagner is signing a deal with the Orlando Magic for the rest of the season, sources tell ESPN. Wagner has played with Washington and Boston this season.
Shams Charania: The Celtics are waiving Moe Wagner to create roster space for Jabari Parker, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium . Wagner has averaged nearly six points and three rebounds this season, and was productive in his starts in Washington prior to being traded.
Fred Katz: The Wizards have declined the fourth-year options on Jerome Robinson and Moe Wagner, sources tell @TheAthleticDC
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September 22, 2021 | 7:42 pm EDT Update
Marc Stein: Tamika Tremaglio of @DeloitteUS has now been officially selected as @TheNBPA ‘s new executive director to succeed Michele Roberts, according to a leading television network. Roberts told @VinceGoodwill in July she was leaving the post within six months after her eight-year run.
Marc Stein: The union makes it official and announces Tamika L. Tremaglio, “trusted advisor and consultant” to @TheNBPA since 2012, as its next Executive Director. Tremaglio will succeed Michele Roberts “upon her retirement at the end of the year.”