Rookies will have an opportunity to learn and to prove they belong in the
Magic officials are eager to see their 2012 draft picks, first-rounder
Nets shooting guard MarShon Brooks, who will play in the summer league, could be included in a potential deal for Howard. As a rookie, Brooks averaged 12.6 points and 2.3 assists per game.
Magic second-year player
Andre Drummond, a 6-foot-11 center out of UConn, arguably is the Orlando league's most intriguing player. Going into last month's draft, he was considered to be a boom-or-bust prospect; he has all the physical ability to be a star, but many scouts worried that he's raw and inconsistent. The
The event is closed to the public because of space limitations. A Magic official said about 300 people — including media, agents and team support staff — have been credentialed for the event. Space will be at a premium.
Magic free agents
A pair of former Sunshine State college stars,
Price is right
Former NBA All-Star Mark Price worked as the Magic's player development coach last season, and he'll be the Magic's summer-league coach. His assistant coaches will be