Dewayne Dedmon and Adonis Thomas are experiencing the NBA equivalent of a whirlwind right now.

This morning, the Orlando Magic formally signed them to 10-day contracts.

A short while later, Dedmon and Thomas joined their new team at a shootaround at Verizon Center to prepare for tonight’s game against the Washington Wizards.

“You’ve just got to adjust quick and just make it happen as fast as you can,” Dedmon said.

Dedmon is a 7-foot-tall rookie center who played a total of 15 games this season for the Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia 76ers. The Sixers signed him to a pair of 10-day contracts in January.

Thomas is a 6-foot-7 rookie swingman who had never been under contract with an NBA team during the regular season until today.

“It’s a dream come true,” Thomas said. “I’m excited for the opportunity.”

Dedmon, 24, and Thomas, 20, weren’t selected in the 2013 NBA Draft and were with NBA D-League teams in recent weeks.

In 15 games with the Santa Cruz Warriors, Dedmon averaged 15.2 points and 13.1 rebounds per game.

In 26 games with the Springfield Armor, Thomas averaged 16.2 points per game and made 46.9 percent of his 3-point attempts.

Until their signings, the Magic had just 12 players on their roster following the buyout of Glen Davis’ contract.

A team with 12 active players can drop to having zero players on its inactive list for up to two weeks at a time, so the Magic needed to add to their roster.

Dedmon and Thomas will have to overcome some hurdles to be useful to the Magic on the court.