We have a trade.
Not one that matters outside who will sit on the end of which bench next season, but a trade nonetheless.
The Clippers and Magic are exchanging shooting guards who struggle to shoot, a trade broken by Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic get C.J Wilcox, who has played just 268 minutes across two seasons for the Clippers and bounced between the NBA and the D-League in that time. He is athletic, and he can shoot the three — he hit 38.4 percent from there last season — however, he shot a lot of long twos and hit just 39.8 percent on his shots inside the arc. Because of his athleticism there is a chance he could develop into an end-of-the-rotation guy. Maybe he gets the run to show off what he can do in Orlando.
Devyn Marble got in just 28 games for the Magic last season, and considering he’ll be behind J.J. Redick and Jamal Crawford in the rotation he’s not going to get a lot of run with the Clippers, either. Marble took 45 percent of his shots from three last season and hit just 25 percent of them. He had a woeful True Shooting Percentage of 38.6 percent.
The Clippers probably wanted the future pick more than anything in this deal.