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i need info on thes players asap.

MAGIC SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Last Team/College

6 Maurice Ager G 6-2 220 New Jersey Nets/Michigan State

41 Lance Allred C 6-11 260 NBDL Idaho Stampede/Weber State

33 Ryan Anderson F 6-10 240 New Jersey Nets/California

3 Brian Chase G 5-10 170 Dynamo Moscow/Virginia Tech

21 Ronald Dupree F 6-7 209 NBDL Utah Flash/Louisiana State

10 Courtney Fells G 6-6 210 North Carolina State

2 Levance Fields G 5-10 190 Pittsburgh

23 C.J. Giles F 6-11 240 Smart Gilas Pilipinas (Philippines)/Oregon State

35 Richard Hendrix F 6-9 255 NBDL Dakota Wizards/Alabama

16 Steven Milosevic C 7-0 260 Koeln 99ers (Germany)

1 Jeremy Pargo G 6-2 220 Gonzaga

22 Kasib Powell F 6-7 215 NBDL Sioux Falls Skyforce/Texas Tech

19 Milovan Rakovic F 6-10 280 Spartak Saint Petersburg (Russia)

32 Jeremy Richardson F 6-7 195 Orlando Magic/Delta State

24 Russell Robinson G 6-1 190 NBDL Reno Bighorns/Kansas

5 Darian Townes F 6-10 250 NBDL Erie BayHawks/Arkansas


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Maurice Ager is 6'5'' not 6'2''

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Google them. Ager, Anderson,

Google them.

Ager, Anderson, Dupree, and Richardson all have NBA experience. Hendrix may have played a little too, don't really remember.

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Ryan Anderson

Is most likely the only guy on the team that gets any burn next year. The guy was a beast at Cal and had a pretty decent rookie year for the Nets. He has stroke out to three point range and is very versatile for a player his size, and is definitely a hard working guy. I know many of the players on the roster, CJ Giles is big and can block shots, but is not NBA material. Richard Hendrix never lived up to his billing at Bama. Maurice Ager seems to have not really found a place in the league, though I would say out of anyone else on this team is most likely to make the roster. Ager is a great athlete and was fun to watch at MSU, but he is a small shooting guard without much of a shot. Ron DuPree is a good player who was a 12th man for the Pistons, I like him and think he could be a contributor on a roster, but he has yet to get his chance and it would be doubtful that Orlando was the place (but Von Wafer got his chance in Houston and made the most of it, somehow, so maybe Ron could do it as well). Jeremy Pargo is a guy I am a fan of, but he has struggled with injuries I believe, but he is a better athlete than Jannero, although he is a very streaky shooter which does not bode well for him. Russell Robinson was a hustler and defender, but I see little chance of him being on the roster come the regular season. The Magic could use a back-up PG, so maybe one of these guys cracks the squad, but I assume they bring back Anthony Johnson or bring in some other vet. With summer league, the best teams tend to have the worst rosters, so I would not worry about it. Chances are if your team is playing well in summer league, it is a team a few years away from being competitive in the league.

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Anderson and Fields

Ryan Anderson was just traded to the Magic in the VC deal, a couple years ago he led the PAC 10 in scoring even with guys like Love, Mayo, Bayless, Westbrook, Harden, etc... What makes him so valuable his his outside shooting but he's not afraid to bang down low(think poor mans Dirk), he might not be a starter but his size and shooting willl be huge for the Magic

Levance Fields was a great college player at Pitt, but he has a small chance at the NBA, he is only 5'10 and he is actually chubby(he has reportedly lost weight in workouts") this means he is not the fastest of guys. His shooting is decent although he is very clutch.His greatest ability is passing as well as leadership which end up making his teamates(Blair,Young) better

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Lance Allred

Is deaf, he played breifly with the cavs two years ago. Played one year at university of Utah, then transferred to weber state where he was a decent center in the Big West.

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honestly that looks like a

honestly that looks like a pretty weak team

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lol

Yea it does. There isnt NBA level talent on that team

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here's my take

6 Maurice Ager G 6-2 220 New Jersey Nets/Michigan State - athletic swingman who best case scenario would be to be a bench player who can provide a spark off the bench i.e. von wafer or shannon brown. A bit undersized though

41 Lance Allred C 6-11 260 NBDL Idaho Stampede/Weber State- plays hard, not much to offer athletically but contains good skill

33 Ryan Anderson F 6-10 240 New Jersey Nets/California- potential to be a starter or key reserve in the NBA. if im nit mistaken, led pac 10 in scoring 2 years ago when he came out early. Im not comparing him to rashard lewis by any means, but hes in that mold of a player who is tall lanky and can shoot the rock and is versatile. maybe he can grow as a player by playing behind rashard.

3 Brian Chase G 5-10 170 Dynamo Moscow/Virginia Tech- quick, active pg.

21 Ronald Dupree F 6-7 209 NBDL Utah Flash/Louisiana State- another athletic wingman who has had a few short stints in the league. known for his defense.

10 Courtney Fells G 6-6 210 North Carolina State

2 Levance Fields G 5-10 190 Pittsburgh- as we all know, he's a great leader and got the heart of a lion but don't think he has much of a chance in the league i.e. mateen cleeves

23 C.J. Giles F 6-11 240 Smart Gilas Pilipinas (Philippines)/Oregon State- big man who started off at kansas with a lot of potential but had some problems wiith maturity and most likely won't ever live up to his promise.

35 Richard Hendrix F 6-9 255 NBDL Dakota Wizards/Alabama- hard working big man. i can see him finding a spot on a roster and even contributing i.e. chuck hayes and carl landry

16 Steven Milosevic C 7-0 260 Koeln 99ers (Germany)

1 Jeremy Pargo G 6-2 220 Gonzaga- ton of talent, i think he can find a spot on a team. he cn bring energy and a change of pace. if he keeps working on his jumper, i think he"ll surprise some people

22 Kasib Powell F 6-7 215 NBDL Sioux Falls Skyforce/Texas Tech- underzied big, plays hard but i don't think hes quick enough or skilled enough to played the 3 and too undersized to play the 4

19 Milovan Rakovic F 6-10 280 Spartak Saint Petersburg (Russia)

32 Jeremy Richardson F 6-7 195 Orlando Magic/Delta State

24 Russell Robinson G 6-1 190 NBDL Reno Bighorns/Kansas- smart and pesty guard but not a true pg and not a great shooter or scorer. plays hard and gets lots of steals.

5 Darian Townes F 6-10 250 NBDL Erie BayHawks/Arkansas

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Have they released the

Have they released the rosters for every team yet? Where did you find out who is on Orlando's roster?

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Russell Robinson

Darian Towner is called the Sultans of Swats.
Russy Robinson played for Rice High School was a key memba of da Champion Kansas Jayhawks. He can be the next Bowen.

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Yeah

Ager is the only person I could see making that team and he is a stretch. That is a weak a$$ roster. They should be able to find better talent than that for their team.

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