Otis Smith's tenure as the Orlando Magic's president of basketball operations ended in May when he and the team mutually agreed to part ways, but Bill Simmons' list of the league's worst contracts, posted Friday at Grantland, serves as a reminder of some of Smith's missteps.

Among the contracts Simmons selected, Smith is responsible for those of Jason Richardson, Glen Davis, and Rashard Lewis. He later traded Lewis for Gilbert Arenas, another player on Simmons' list, on whom he would ultimately use the amnesty provision to waive after a half-season with the Magic. He also traded for Hedo Türkoğlu, another player who appears on the list.

Davis, the only member of Smith's greatest-hits still with the Magic, joined the team in a sign-and-trade deal with the Boston Celtics. He's owed $6.4 million in the 2013/14 season and $6.6 million in 2014/15. All of that money is fully guaranteed, with no player or team options. The veteran power forward was averaging 15.1 points and 7.2 rebounds before breaking a bone in his left foot in February. He will likely miss the balance of the season.