Orlando Magic players might be getting some new teammates soon

2/12/14 in NBA   |   Mia781   |   953 respect

Feb 9, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic small forward Tobias Harris (12), shooting guard Victor Oladipo (5) and teammates high five against the Indiana Pacers during the second half at Amway Center. Orlando Magic defeated the Indiana Pacers 93-92. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsOn Wednesday the Orlando Magic will play the Memphis Grizzlies and will star all their starting players. And this might happen to be the last time some of them get to be with the team because it will be the Magic’s final home game before the end of NBA trade deadline. Much of the trade speculation is on Glen Davis, Arron Afflalo and Jameer Nelson, who also happens to be the oldest team veteran. 
 
Magics Davis said the trade deadline did not bother him one as it was business to get traded and all a player could do was to make the best out of the circumstances at hand. 
 
"It doesn't really scare me," said Davis. "As a player, do you want to know where you're going to go if you get traded? Yeah, you want to know before everybody else knows. But, at the end of the day, this is still a business, and there's always a bright side of things."
  
With trade deadlines comes the usual anxiety that settles over players when they think about where they will be going and what will be in store for their new future.  The players don’t get to have much say into where they will go and what will become of them.
  
Teams who really want to improve their status and game love this time as it gives them the golden opportunity to get more talent into their roster as the playoffs come into the picture. Teams are looking for players who are young and pack talent which can be put to solidifying the game and roster of the team.
                                                       
Magic General Manager Rob Hennigan said that the team was looking at every direction they could to add more talent to the team and would do that before the deadline.
  
"We're exploring all options that may improve our team," said Hennigan. "But in terms of aggressively, actively trying to do something? I would say no [we're not]."
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