Report: Magic ink guard Dooling
Orlando, FL (Sports Network) – The Orlando Magic reportedly signed free-agent
guard Keyon Dooling on Saturday.
According to The Orlando Sentinel, Dooling will sign a three-year deal worth
an estimated $10 million. However, the contract is not official until the
league and its players finalize a new collective bargaining agreement.
Dooling, who averaged 5.2 points per game while dishing out 1.8 assists last
season with the Miami Heat, saw action in 74 games last season. However, he
played mostly in a reserve role behind star guard Dwyane Wade and Damon Jones.
Orlando originally drafted Dooling in 2000, but he was traded on draft day to
the Los Angeles Clippers along with Corey Maggette and Derek Strong.
A product of the University of Missouri, Dooling played four seasons with the
Clippers and mostly saw time off the bench.
For his career, Dooling has averaged 5.8 points and 2.0 assists per game.