This Cavaliers-Magic Trade Involves Terrence Ross

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Trading away Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon, and Evan Fournier at the NBA trade deadline last year signified yet another rebuilding process for the Orlando Magic, but this time, they already have a lot of young talent in place.

Markelle Fultz and Jonathan Isaac are two young players working their way back from injuries, but they are joined by Cole Anthony, Jalen Suggs, Franz Wagner, Wendell Carter Jr., Mo Bamba, Chuma Okeke, and some others to make up a really strong-looking young core in Orlando. 

While they made a lot of trades last season near the deadline, the Magic may not be done making moves yet during their rebuilding process, as some key veterans still remain on their roster.

Gary Harris and Michael Carter-Williams are definitely players the Magic could look to trade at some point, but so is veteran wing, Terrence Ross. 

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Since joining the Magic during the 2016-17 season, Ross has averaged 14.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and has shot 35.9% from long-range in Orlando, making him a key bench talent that could immediately help several playoff-contending teams around the league. 

While many may not consider them a playoff-caliber team this year, the Cleveland Cavaliers are a team to keep an eye on in the Eastern Conference and they could look to better themselves by trading for a guy like Terrence Ross.

He is an experienced player in this league and can provide an immediate spark of scoring off the bench on the wing, which is why Cleveland could look to strike a deal with Orlando. 

Let’s take a look at a trade that would send Terrence Ross to the Cleveland Cavaliers for a younger wing and a valuable draft pick. 

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