NBA Rumors: Orlando Magic Put 4 Players On Trade Block

The Orlando Magic are showing some signs of their rebuild coming together. Their frontcourt, in particular, is stacked with a number of impressive 6'10" to 7-footers with talent. But there are certainly some spare parts on the roster that the team is dangling as trade chips. 

Per NBA Insider Marc Stein, the Magic are "welcoming trade inquiries" for the following: 

  • Mo Bamba
  • Gary Harris
  • Terrence Ross
  • RJ Hampton
Earlier this week, we broke down the Bamba situation here, as the glut of big men on the roster has led to a precipitous drop in minutes for the 24 year old.

The sharpshooting wing, Ross, who's about to turn 32 next week, has been on the trade block for seemingly years in Orlando. His stock could be up a bit this season as his three-point shooting has risen back up to productive levels, at 38.1% on the season.

Harris, 28, is another name who has found himself trade fodder for the Magic in the past couple of years. He's on a 2-year contract that still has one more season to run, at $13M—but it's non-guaranteed. And while he's averaging a 9-year low of just 9.3 points, he's draining threes at an unprecedented rate, hitting on 47.3% from downtown.

Hampton, turning 22 next week, is the youngest of the group, but also the least-proven. In his 3rd season, his minutes are down to just 14 per game, and he's averaging 5.7 points.

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