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Report: Magic Exercise Options on Markelle Fultz, Mo Bamba, Jonathan Isaac

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The Orlando Magic took a major step toward locking up their talented and promising young core for the foreseeable future on Monday.

By exercising their fourth-year option on forward Jonathan Isaac’s contract and their third-year options on contracts for center Mo Bamba and point guard Markelle Fultz, the Magic are now assured of having their young trio signed through the 2020-21 season. Isaac, Bamba and Fultz are all just 21 years old.

“Mo (Bamba), Markelle (Fultz) and Jonathan (Isaac) have each demonstrated a strong work ethic, while exhibiting a commitment to team values,’’ Magic President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman said. “We look forward to exciting futures with them as part of the Magic family.’’

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Sources: HEAT Suspend Dion Waiters for Conduct Detrimental to Team.

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Source: Heat suspending Dion Waiters for season opener, possibly longer.

The official word: The Miami Heat announced that Dion Waiters has been suspended for one game for conduct detrimental to the team. He will be able to return to the team on Thursday.


Source: Tim Reynolds on Twitter

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Report: Pascal Siakam, Raptors Agree to Four-Year Max Extension

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Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam has agreed to a four-year, max contract extension, agents @TRamasar and @choufani_lsme tells Zach Lowe and me.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: Quin Snyder, Jazz Agree to Long-Term Extension

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Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder has agreed to a long-term contract extension, league sources tell ESPN.

Snyder had two years left on his deal, and a new contract extends multiple years beyond that term, sources said.

After upgrading the team’s talent base over the summer, locking Snyder into an extension had been a top organizational priority.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN 

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