Free agent guard Ben Gordon is no longer a free agent. Gordon has agreed to a deal with the Orlando Magic for two years. The deal will pay Gordon nine million dollars over the course of two seasons.

The No. 3 overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft last played for the Charlotte Hornets in 2013-14, but was cut after playing in 19 games and averaging 5.2 points. Gordon was ineligible to sign with any other teams, as Charlotte cut Gordon a day after the playoff eligibility deadline passed for free agents.

The deal has a team option for the second season, as the Magic want to see if Gordon can play through the 2014-15 season healthy.

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