Denver F Reggie Evans won't be coming to the Magic
"This move greatly helps us add depth at our center position while reducing our inventory of power forwards. Reggie played a valuable role for us during his time in Denver and we appreciate his professionalism." said Mark Warkentien, Denver's vice president of basketball operations.
Evans averaged 5.0 points and 7.5 rebounds in 92 games for the Nuggets after his acquisition from Seattle on Feb. 23, 2006. He led the league in rebounds per 48 minutes last season at 19.7.
"He is an accomplished rebounder that we feel will make an immediate impact and will exemplify our commitment to hard work, rebounding and defense," 76ers general manager Billy King said.