2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
25-57, 4th in Southeast
Bamba enjoys his matchups against Ayton (1:04)
Bamba has shown promise on both ends in the summer league (1:05)
Embiid, Tatum, Bamba have high-energy 1-on-1 games (1:42)
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Ayton outshines Bamba, leads Suns to 3-0 mark

Deandre Ayton outplayed fellow top rookie Mo Bamba, marking the second time in three Las Vegas Summer League games that the Suns rookie has shown he is up to the task of performing like a top overall draft pick.

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7dKevin Pelton and Andre Snellings

Scouting Ayton vs. Bamba: Glimpses of future potential

In a matchup of two of the top bigs in the draft, Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton shined offensively, while Orlando Magic center Mo Bamba was active on defense.

Bamba throws block party against Suns (0:33)
Bamba cleans the glass with putback slam (0:15)
Bamba goes to the dream shake, hits jumper over Jackson (0:16)
Bamba erases Jackson's layup attempt (0:25)
Bamba completes alley-oop with reverse jam (0:26)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Here is the breakdown for the Charlotte, Chicago and Orlando trade: The Bulls acquire the $1.65M non-guaranteed contract of Julyan Stone that has a August 1 guaranteed date. If Stone is waived, the cap space for Chicago will increase to $16M in room (if the Noah Vonleh hold is released). For Charlotte, Bismack Biyombo is under contract for the next two years with a cap hit of $17M per season. The Hornets now have $120.3M in salary and are $3.4M under the tax with 14 guaranteed contracts. Orlando gets much needed guard help with the $2.69M expiring contract of Jerian Grant. Like Biyombo, Timofey Mozgov has two years left with a cap hit of $16M and $16.7M.

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9dAdrian Wojnarowski

Magic trade for Bulls' Grant, Hornets' Mozgov

The Magic, Bulls and Hornets have agreed to a three-team trade that sends Chicago guard Jerian Grant and Charlotte center Timofey Mozgov to Orlando.

Bamba shows all-around game in debut (0:42)
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15dMarc J. Spears

Sources: Magic, Gordon ink 4-year, $84M deal

The Magic have agreed to re-sign restricted free-agent forward Aaron Gordon to a four-year, $84 million contract, sources told ESPN's The Undefeated.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

The Orlando Magic has agreed to re-sign restricted free agent forward Aaron Gordon to a four-year, $84 million deal, a source told ESPN's The Undefeated.

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15dAdrian Wojnarowski and Ian Begley

Sources: Ex-Magic F Hezonja headed to Knicks

Free-agent forward Mario Hezonja has agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Knicks, league sources told ESPN.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Orlando Magic free agent forward Marreese Speights is nearing a lucrative deal with the Guangzhou Long-Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association, a source said.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Gordon, one of the biggest restricted free agents on the market this summer, said on Tuesday that he'd prefer to re-sign with the Orlando Magic and reiterated that he'd like a maximum contract. "Yeah definitely but we'll see how it goes," Gordon said when asked if he'd still like a max contract at the premiere of the Uncle Drew movie in New York City. "Whatever Orlando wants to do. As a restricted free agent, I completely trust (management)." Gordon said after the season that his ideal scenario is signing a max deal with the Magic, per the Orlando Sentinel. Orlando can offer Gordon a five-year contract this summer projected at $148 million. An opposing team can offer a four-year contract worth less annually and in total. Gordon, 22, said on Tuesday that he'd prefer to finalize the deal with Orlando quickly rather than talking to other teams. "Hopefully we just get it wrapped up with Orlando. That would be fantastic," said Gordon, who averaged 17.6 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 58 games last season. Gordon stars alongside Kyrie Irving, Shaquille O'Neal, Reggie Miller, Chris Webber and Nate Robinson in Uncle Drew, which debuts on Friday.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Orlando will incur a $1M cap hit (could also be stretched for $333K over 3 years) for 2018-19 on the Shelvin Mack waiver. The Magic are right at the cap this offseason because of the $16.5M Aaron Gordon free agent hold.

Williams: 'Bamba has more upside' than Ayton (1:17)

Mo Bamba, Orlando Magic

The Orlando Magic select Mo Bamba with the sixth pick. He says his game will translate well to the NBA.

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.424th
Rebounds Per Game41.626th
Assists Per Game23.411th
Points Allowed108.221st

Team History