Tobias Harris agrees to four-year deal with Magic
Tobias Harris has agreed to a four-year, $64 million deal with the Orlando Magic, even though the Boston Celtics, Portland Trail Blazers, Sacramento Kings and Detroit Pistons were all interested in his services. Harris had a solid 2014-15 season, averaging 17.1 point and 6.3 rebounds per game, as well as shooting 36% from behind the arc.
The Magic were able to keep Tobias Harris, but their lineup still will not make any opponents fear them and that should make upper management want to sign someone who can come in and help Harris and Victor Oladipo out. After all, this Magic team finished in dead-last in the Southeast Division with a record of 25-57. The Magic are a young team that are learning to play together, but things could have been much worse if they had not locked up Tobias Harris.
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