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15. Hedo Turkoglu
Since returning to Orlando during the 2010-11 season, Hedo Turkoglu has failed to give the team what he did during his first stint. Playing just 11 games in 2012-13 while averaging 2.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists on 26.4 percent shooting isn't going to cut it.
At this point, with the team's many young talents, he provides little in the way of value and is set to make $12 million this year—$6 million of which is guaranteed.
He's on the roster for now, but it would be surprising if he and the Magic didn't come to a buyout agreement in the near future.
14. Ronnie Price
The 30-year-old journeyman comes to the Magic after playing in 39 games for the Portland Trail Blazers last year. During that stint Price averaged 2.7 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists on just 32.5 percent shooting.
Barring injuries to Jameer Nelson and E'Twaun Moore, Price probably won't see the floor very often. Essentially, he's an insurance option in case of an emergency.
Look for Price's production and playing time to be eerily similar to Ishmael Smith's from last season.
13. Doron Lamb
In college, Doron Lamb could shoot the lights out as evidence by his sizzling 47.5 three-point percentage while at the University of Kentucky.
After being selected 42nd overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in last summer's draft, though, he has yet to live up to his reputation as an elite shooter—granted he hasn't been given much opportunity either.
But Lamb showed some promise in the Orlando Pro Summer League, playing in three games and scoring 11.3 points per game.
More importantly, he found his shot, shooting 50.0 percent from the field and 66.7 percent from three-point territory.
He still needs to prove it during the regular season, but the potential for Lamb to become a poor man's J.J. Redick is starting to show.
11. Romero Osby
Orlando's second-round draft pick, Romero Osby, had solid success during his time at Oklahoma University. This summer, he built upon his collegiate experience in the Orlando Pro Summer League.
In five games, Osby averaged 11.0 points, 4.4 rebounds, 0.6 assists and 1.6 steals while connecting on 50 percent of the shots he took.
While Jason Maxiell and Andrew Nicholson will start the year seeing most minutes off the bench at power forward or center, Osby can play his way onto the floor.
If the youngster continues to build on his summer success, Maxiell may become an expendable piece at the trade deadline.
11. Kyle O'Quinn
Perhaps the player that Osby will be battling most for the limited available minutes is second-year player Kyle O'Quinn.
Used sparingly a season ago, O'Quinn made the most of his minutes whenever he entered a game. His solid frame allowed him to battle in under the hoop, and he doesn't shy away from contact.
He'll probably never be more than an extra body off the bench, but he showed some promise in the summer league by averaging 8.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 blocks over the course of four games.
If he can play like that in the regular season, he'll be the one grabbing more minutes from guys like Maxiell and Nicholson.