Josh Magette

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  • Josh Magette
    PG, Orlando Magic

    The Magic have retained the G League rights to Josh Magette after waiving him on Tuesday in a corresponding move to sign Gary Clark.

    Magette will head to the G League to continue to get reps for the foreseeable future. He is off the fantasy radar.

    Source: Josh Robbins on Twitter

  • D.J. Augustin
    PG, Orlando Magic

    D.J. Augustin has been ruled out of Friday's tilt vs. the Suns with a sore left knee.

    With Augustin ruled out, Markelle Fultz will have more opportunity running the offense while two-way player Josh Magette might see some backup point guard minutes.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter

  • D.J. Augustin
    PG, Orlando Magic

    D.J. Augustin (left knee contusion) is doubtful to play against the Suns on Friday.

    If Augustin misses Friday's game, Markelle Fultz will likely see his minutes increase while two-way player, Josh Magette, might also see some minutes.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter

  • Josh Magette
    PG, Orlando Magic

    With Michael Carter-Williams sidelined with what the team has labeled left hip "irritation," the Magic have had point guard Josh Magette, who is on a two-way contract, join the team on its current road trip.

    Magette has played really well in the G League so far this year but he will provide nothing more than insurance depth behind Markelle Fultz and D.J. Augustin.

    Source: Josh Robbins on Twitter

  • Josh Magette
    PG, Orlando Magic

    Josh Magette was present for the Magic's practice session on Tuesday.

    Magette has put up 18.4 points, 10.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds, 2.2 steals, and 3.0 threes per game in the G League this season and may have earned himself a spot on the Magic roster with his strong play to start the season. With that said, he likely won't see much time behind Markelle Fultz and D.J. Augustin to make a difference.

    Source: Magic Daily on Twitter

  • Josh Magette
    G, Orlando Magic

    The Orlando Magic have signed Josh Magette to a two-way contract according to Chris Haynes of Yahoo.

    Magette was last seen in the NBA two seasons ago with the Atlanta Hawks. After a strong showing in Summer League, Magette will have an opportunity to compete for a roster spot as an additional PG. He doesn't figure to hold any fantasy value if he is to make the squad.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Josh Magette
    G, International

    Josh Magette has signed a contract to play the next season overseas with Croatian team KK Cedevita.

    Magette appeared in 18 games for the Hawks last season and averaged 2.6 point, 3.2 assists and 1.1 rebounds, but has otherwise spent most his career thus far in the G-League.

    Source: Chris Patrick on Twitter

  • Josh Magette
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Josh Magette, made an unrestricted free agent earlier in the day, will play with the Warriors in Summer League.

    The Hawks declined to offer Magette a qualifying offer but he landed on his feet. We've already heard of a good chunk of Golden State's Summer League squad from earlier reports and the big names include Jordan Bell, Damian Jones and Jacob Evans. Ex-NBA players with recognizable names include Magette, Omari Johnson, Gian Clavell and J.P. Tokoto while China's Abudurexiti Abudushalamu is the most intriguing prospect. The full roster can be viewed below.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

  • Josh Magette
    G, Atlanta Hawks

    Josh Magette will be an unrestricted free agent with the Hawks declining to extend a qualifying offer.

    Magette is a true point guard and provided owners in very deep leagues with some assists when he did suit up for the Hawks last season. His skillset should get him G-League consideration at the very least, though he's unlikely to be more than an emergency point guard at the NBA level next year.

    Source: Michael Scotto on Twitter

  • Tyler Cavanaugh
    PF/C, Atlanta Hawks

    The Hawks recalled Tyler Cavanaugh and Jeremy Evans from the G-League on Wednesday.

    In a corresponding move the Hawks also called up Josh Magette and Andrew White III. Cavanaugh and Evans should get some run off the bench especially if Dewayne Dedmon (rib) doesn't play. It's hard to trust either one of them in DFS and there is no need to add them anywhere at this point other than deep dynasty leagues if you want to play the lottery. Evans has yet to play a NBA game for the Hawks this season so maybe they'll be intrigued enough to throw him out there for a bit.

    Source: Ira Winderman on Twitter

  • Dennis Schroder
    PG, Atlanta Hawks

    Dennis Schroder (sprained left ankle) is being listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game.

    Schroder rolled his left ankle last night but wound up returning to the game. The Hawks have already been slipping him some rest days so it'd be a mild surprise if he were to suit up, but we'll have to wait for final word tomorrow. Isaiah Taylor would start if Schroder sat with Josh Magette stepping up as the new backup.

    Source: KL Chouinard on Twitter

  • Dennis Schroder
    PG, Atlanta Hawks

    Dennis Schroder rolled his left ankle early in the fourth quarter of Friday’s game and went into the locker room.

    It’s possible that Schroder returns tonight but his outlook for future games is pretty cloudy considering he was already getting rest days. Isaiah Taylor and Josh Magette will handle the point guard duties as long as he’s out.

    Source: KL Chouinard on Twitter

  • Dennis Schroder
    PG, Atlanta Hawks

    Dennis Schroder (left elbow sprain) is being listed as probable ahead of Tuesday’s game against the Thunder.

    Schroder played limited minutes against Indiana before sitting out against the Bulls. Perhaps the Hawks needed him out of the lineup in one of the finer tank battles you’ll see this season. He’s expected to return to the starting lineup but probably won’t play his usual allotment of minutes, making him a dicier play than he typically is. Isaiah Taylor (sprained ankle) is probable and will handle the backup duties with Malcolm Delaney (sprained ankle) out of commission. Josh Magette will slide back down to third on the point guard depth chart, though he did split minutes with Taylor against Chicago.

    Source: KL Chouinard on Twitter

  • Jaylen Morris
    SG, Atlanta Hawks

    Jaylen Morris will be out for two weeks after spraining his left ankle on Sunday.

    Morris was playing spot minutes as a reserve guard for the Hawks, and they’ll have a few young players to turn to to pick up the slack. Josh Magette and Andrew White III stand out immediately while Tyler Dorsey makes the most sense of all as the likely replacement starter for Kent Bazemore. Outside of Dorsey, you’d just be throwing darts in deep leagues. 

    Source: Michael Cunningham on Twitter

  • Isaiah Taylor
    PG, Atlanta Hawks

    Isaiah Taylor wasn’t overly impressive in Sunday’s 129-122 loss to the Bulls, picking up seven points, one rebound, eight assists and five fouls in 27 minutes of action.

    Taylor started since Dennis Schroder is dealing with an elbow sprain and Malcolm Delaney an ankle injury. The dimes were nice but Taylor didn’t inspire a ton of confidence and looks more like a specialist in the category than a bonafide add. Josh Magette also had eight assists in 27 minutes but added seven points and a triple off the bench. It’s a situation to avoid if possible, but Taylor could be the Hawks starting point guard for a bit if Schroder’s absence continues — in fantasy playoff season you take what you can get.