For the second consecutive closing of the market, the Orlando Magic have hung the sign of ‘it is transferred’. The Florida project looks to the future and two of its oldest players no longer have a place in it.
As reported by journalist Marc Stein, the Magic plan to transfer Terrence Ross or Gary Harris before the market closes, although the door is not closed for both of them to leave. Ross has another year left on his contract at a rate of 11.5 million dollars, while Harris is expiring.
In case Ross is chosen, Stein has indicated that the Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz would be especially interested in getting his services.
Ross’s averages rise to 11.7 points and 2.7 rebounds this season, while Harris is registering 11.6 points and 2.3 rebounds.
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