The Orlando Magic acquired rookie guard Doron Lamb from the Milwaukee Bucks at the NBA trading deadline, getting an inexpensive look at the Kentucky product as part of a larger package featuring Tobias Harris. What Orlando has in Lamb, however, is unclear: he's played just 60 minutes in six games with the Magic, and ESPN analyst David Thorpe sees a wide range of possibilities for Lamb. In a Thursday ranking of the league's top 21-year-old players, Thorpe declined to rank Lamb. "He could be in Europe next year, or he could be on an NBA team for a decade," Thorpe said. Lamb has shot 3-of-14 from the floor with Orlando for 12 points and four rebounds. He played just 23 games for the Bucks and made six more appearances for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Milwaukee's affiliate in the NBA D-League, for which team he averaged 10.3 points in 25.5 minutes per game.