The Orlando Magic made two trades at Thursday's NBA trade deadline, sending J.J. Redick, Ish Smith, and Gustavo Ayón to the Milwaukee Bucks and Josh McRoberts to the Charlotte Bobcats. In return, Orlando netted Tobias Harris, Beno Udrih and Doron Lamb from the Bucks and Hakim Warrick from Charlotte. The trades for not save Orlando any money, an Orlando Pinstriped Post survey of salary data from ShamSports.com shows. Warrick and Udrih are veterans on expiring contracts worth $4 million and $7.37 million, respectively. Warrick technically has one year remaining on his deal, also at $4 million, but it is a team option that Orlando is likely to decline. Orlando may indeed waive Warrick before ever playing him.
Magic trades with Bobcats and Bucks are cap-neutral
Orlando Pinstriped Post | Feb 21