The Orlando Magic began cleaning house at the last NBA trade deadline. They unloaded a majority of the veterans on their team, accepting that it was time for them to rebuild the roster yet again.
All-Star Nikola Vucevic was traded to the Chicago Bulls. Aaron Gordon was traded to the Denver Nuggets. Evan Fournier was sent to the Boston Celtics.
That netted Orlando a good crop of young players and some more draft capital. Wendell Carter Jr., R.J. Hampton, multiple first and second-round picks were acquired in the three separate deals.
Orlando is in a good spot when it comes to young players on the roster, they now just have to develop them and figure out which are worth keeping as their core going forward.
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But, there is one more veteran that could be on the move sooner than later. Sixth man extraordinaire Terrence Ross is the lone veteran remaining that wasn’t traded away at the NBA trade deadline.
There was plenty of interest in Ross, as contending teams would love to have his instant offense coming off the bench. That interest has likely not died down, as he could still help several teams.
One of those teams is the Los Angeles Clippers. Here is a hypothetical deal that would land Ross in Hollywood.