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|Moore provides value: The Magic took a chance on a minimum-contract youngster last season, and E'Twaun Moore proved capable of giving them some decent minutes at times. Moore averaged 7.8 points, 2.7 assists and 2.2 rebounds per game with the Magic this season, and has likely done enough for the team to bring him back into the fold. He is owed just $884,293 next season, if he is not waived by June 30. |
|No information available at this time (Updated 5/22/13).|
|Moore averaged 11.0 points per game in the month of November, and was useful for other stretches of the season as a Fantasy option. He struggled to shoot the ball and play point guard when asked to, but he can score the ball if put in the right role. The Magic are certain to be rebuilding again next season, so Moore should continue to find minutes. Despite that, he is unlikely to be worth targeting on Draft Day in most Fantasy formats. |
Lakers' Howard torments Magic in return to Orlando
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Thomas Robinson now finds himself in Houston, but will that equate to more time on the floor? Our Chris Towers takes his weekly look at the waiver wire moves from around CBSSports.com leagues.
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