The Orlando Magic, unlike just about every other team this offseason, filled out their roster fairly quickly.
By drafting Aaron Gordon and Elfrid Payton, the Magic added some more young talent that should improve the team tremendously defensively. With the free-agent signings of Ben Gordon and Channing Frye, and the waiver-wire pickup of Willie Green, the Magic added some badly needed shooting to the roster.
Orlando is still a young team in the process of a rebuild, but Frye saw the vision of general manager Rob Hennigan. Here's what Frye told ESPN.com:
[The Magic] were very aggressive and made it clear that I was a main target for them. They want to bring in quality, character guys. They are a young team, but I've been on young teams before. I don't believe anyone who says they're a bad team; they have talent.
I've been on teams before where we were picked to finish last and we beat all the expectations and did very well. I'm excited to do the same in Orlando.
So what's left for the Magic in free agency? Here's Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel:
After the team formally signs power forward Channing Frye and shooting guard Ben Gordon once the league's moratorium on transactions is lifted Thursday, the Orlando Magic will seek to make one more move in free agency: finding a third point guard who can back up Victor Oladipo and Elfrid Payton.
The signings of Frye and Gordon, plus the eventual signing of second-round pick Devyn Marble, will leave the Magic with 14 players on their roster.
The point guard the team will add in free agency almost certainly will be signed to a one-year contract or a two-year contract that includes a non-guaranteed salary for the 2015-16 season.
With a nearly full roster and limited playing time available, let's take a look at the bargain-bin point guards Orlando could find in free agency.