Mohamed Bamba is planning to return home For Orlando Magic.
Bamba has agreed to a deal with Magic on a two-year, $ 21 million deal, his agent told Yahoo Sports on Thursday.
The transaction cannot be formalized until 12:01 pm on July 6th.
Bamba, who was ranked 6th in the 2018 draft, finished the final season of a four-year, $ 24.1 million rookie contract from 2021 to 2010.
He averaged his career record last season in 71 games (69 games), including minutes (25.7), points (10.6), rebounds (8.1), blocks (1.7) and assists (1.2).
Allowed magic Bamba joins as a free agent as an unlimited free agent After not extending the qualifying offer, but will bring him back to Orlando.
The team contacted the free agent from 6 pm on Thursday and was able to agree to the terms 6 hours later.
The free agent moratorium is a negotiation period from Friday to July 6th, allowing teams to agree on contracts and other transactions while adjusting new salary cap figures after the league’s financial audit.
The league announced Thursday night that the 2022-23 season salary cap has been set at $ 123.65 million.
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Mo Bamba agrees to contract with Orlando Magic on a two-year contract – Reading Eagle
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