MEMPHIS, Tenn. —
The power forward told the Orlando Sentinel that he has a checkup scheduled for Nov. 12 with his knee specialist,
Steadman could give him the OK to practice and play at that time.
Harrington, one of the 12 players in the deal that sent
Harrington averaged 14.2 points per game on 44.6 percent shooting and 6.1 rebounds per game last season for the
In Orlando, Harrington projects to be
And while Harrington would improve the
At 32 years old, Harrington probably doesn't fit into the rebuilding Magic's long-term plans.
Although his $7.1 million salary for next season and his $7.6 million salary for 2014-15 are only 50 percent guaranteed, it would help the Magic's salary-cap flexibility if the team could send him elsewhere.
Harrington could entice a contending team that believes it needs another big man.