Magic re-sign Adonal Foyle
The Orlando Magic and veteran center Adonal Foyle have reached an agreement on a one-year contract worth $1.3 million, according to a NBA source familiar with the contract negotiations.
Foyle, 33, played in all 82 games with the Magic last season, backing up starting center Dwight Howard. Foyle exercised an opt-out clause in his contract back in June, looking for a situation where he could get more playing time and money. But instead he decided to re-sign with the Magic.
Because Foyle received the veteran's minimum for a player with 10 years or more of experience, the Magic will be responsible for just $757,581 of his contract. The NBA will subsidize the rest of his contract.
The Magic now have 13 players on the roster. Carlos Arroyo and Pat Garrity remain unsigned from last season's roster and neither is expected to return. Orlando would still like to add a third point guard behind starter Jameer Nelson and reserve Anthony Johnson.