Chad Ford takes a look at the 2009 free-agent class.
Chad Ford analyzes the Rashard Lewis deal -- and figures out the many ways the Orlando Magic violated the basic rules of money management.
What does the future hold for Orlando? Scouts Inc. NBA analyst Jeff Weltman breaks down the Magic, from owner to free agents.
The new "Allan Houston rule" will give some teams a big tax break. Will they be smart enough to accept? Chad Ford investigates.
With salary-cap limitations and luxury-tax consequences, NBA teams can't afford to build rosters for the long haul.
The Jazz get the most bang for their buck, while the Magic continue to pay a high price for Grant Hill's bum ankle.
ESPN.com's Marc Stein reports that the Orlando Magic's request for an injury exception on Grant Hill has been denied by the NBA, but it has not slowed their ability to pursue free agents.
ESPN.com's Marc Stein reports that the Orlando Magic's request for an injury exception on Grant Hill has been denied by the NBA.
Because of the salary cap, it's better to rebuild through the draft instead of free agency.
Though the Magic are cashing in on Grant Hill's ankle injury, team owners differ over merits of league's player insurance policy.