The Orlando Magic's game tonight at Amway Center will close their 2013-14 season.

It also could mark the end of the team's Jameer Nelson era.

Nelson might not be with the franchise next season. Although he's about to complete just the second year of a three-year contract, his salary for the 2014-15 season is only partially guaranteed. If the Magic waive him before July 15, the team would owe him only $2 million instead of $8 million.

Nelson, a diminutive point guard who has spent all 10 of his NBA seasons with the Magic, has said repeatedly he wants to remain with the team because his family loves Central Florida.

"I'm very cognizant it could be my last home game," Nelson said. "It's not up to me. It's up to the team. It's the team's option. I would like to still be here and finish my career here. I have a lot more years left in me. Good years. I'm not sure what they have in store for me, but I'm just going to play it out and see what happens. Like I said, it's just one of those things. I don't have control over it. I don't know what their thoughts are right now.

"I have kids, so I'm worried about it. That's the biggest thing for me. My family is more important to me than anything. I just want to be treated the right way. I want to be treated fair. I want to be treated the right way. I feel like I'm a guy of loyalty, so I just want everybody that's involved in my life and in the organization to be loyal to me."

A league source said the Magic haven't made a decision on Nelson's future.

But even if the team waives him before July 15, the Magic still could re-sign him to a new contract. At 32 years old, Nelson almost certainly would welcome the opportunity to sign a multi-year deal — for what he regards as a fair price. If he becomes a free agent, however, he could draw interest from a contending team that needs a guard with postseason experience.