The Orlando Magic look to start the 2014-15 season on a new note. Over the course of the past two seasons, the Magic have collected just 43 wins and found themselves in the cellar of the Southeast Division. After waiving veteran Jameer Nelson, Orlando needed depth at the point guard position and may have found a diamond in the rough in Luke Ridnour.
Ridnour signed a two year, $5.50 million contract on July 25th, though only the first year is guaranteed. He brings valuable veteran leadership and playoff experience to a Magic team is looking to contend for a playoff spot for the first time since Dwight Howard left. Whether he plays a lot of minutes is another question, but expect the former Oregon Duck to make a big impact off the court.Read More