Orlando Magic see Cole Anthony as ‘modern guard’ with two-way impact

On Wednesday, the Orlando Magic made the 15th pick of the 2020 NBA draft. Had it not been for the injury, he likely would have gone higher. But Anthony didn’t care. He’s no longer upset about the injury and how it possibly hurt his draft stock, not with the opportunity now before him in the NBA. The adversity served a purpose. (Orlando Sentinel)

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Orlando Magic see Cole Anthony as ‘modern guard’ with two-way impact

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