The Orlando Magic acquired free-agent forward Rashard Lewis today with a sign-and-trade deal that includes that largest contract in franchise history, a six-year deal worth an estimated $118 million.Lewis, 27, is the player the Magic had targeted since free agency began July 1. Today was the first day that teams could begin signing new contracts.Lewis has averaged at least 20 points in each of the past three seasons in Seattle. He averaged a career-high 22.4 points, along with 6.6 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.13 steals last season. By doing a sign-and-trade deal with Seattle, sending them only a future conditional second-round draft pick, the Magic were allowed to give Lewis a sixth year on his contract instead of the maximum five if they had signed him as a free agent.The Magic are expected to announce today that they have signed center Dwight Howard to a five-year contract extension worth another $85 million."We have our two cornerstones now,'' said an elated Coach Stan Van Gundy. "Now you build a team around them.''The Magic are expected to play Lewis (6 feet 10) at small forward, giving them a starting front line that will include Howard (6-11) and Tony Battie (6-11).Lewis, originally a second-round draft pick in 1998 directly from high school, has spent his entire career in Seattle, averaging 16.6 points and 5.8 rebounds. He is considered a better-than-average 3-point shooter, able to score from all over the court.The signing of Lewis did require the Magic to use all their salary-cap space, effectively eliminating any chance of re-signing free-agent power forward/center Darko Milicic, who had been expected to be part of the Magic's future.