Add two more names to the list of candidates for the
The Magic are expected to interview
Hornacek's candidacy was reported first by The Salt Lake Tribune. Hunter's candidacy previously was reported by WKMG.
The Magic also are considering four others, league sources have told the Orlando Sentinel.
Hornacek and Shaw were at
Hornacek told the Sentinel that he would speak to the Magic if given the opportunity.
Shaw said he has been interviewed for the job.
Shaw said he is "playing the waiting game" and doesn't have any idea when the Magic will make a decision. Shaw played three seasons for the Magic during the mid-1990s.
Hornacek, 49, just completed his second season as a Jazz assistant coach. He played a total of 14
Hunter, 41, also starred as a player. He played for the
Rookie big man
O'Quinn scored 16 points on 8-of-10 shooting to go along with four rebounds and two blocks.
He showed some shooting touch when he sank a 16-foot baseline jumper, although he did go 0-for-2 from the free-throw line. He also ran the floor well.
The Magic used the 49th overall pick in last month's draft to select O'Quinn out of Norfolk State.
"These last couple of days have been big: the physicality of the game to how quick you have to learn," he said. "I haven't learned so many plays in so short a time in my life, but you've got to learn quick."
Liggins limits Brooks
He helped his own cause Monday with a solid effort guarding second-year Nets shooting guard MarShon Brooks.
Brooks missed all 10 of his attempts from the field and scored his three points on foul shots.
Mark Price, the Magic's summer-league coach, called Liggins the "player of the game."
"He had a tough matchup with MarShon Brooks," Price said. "'Dre did his job. We tried to help him as best we can, but we told him before the game, 'That's your guy. We don't want to have to be running all over the place.' And DeAndre took that challenge."
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