Player Outlook

With 226 NBA games under his belt, it's hard to believe that Tobias Harris just turned 23 this July. He has yet to have a truly massive breakout season, but he also has so much of his prime left ahead of him to develop. And, he's building off a pretty high floor, coming off a season in which he averaged 17.0 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. The key for him will be whether the 36.4 percent mark he managed from 3-point range is sustainable. If it is, he could be the go-to offensive star the Magic are paying him to be. Harris has to be scoring a lot to maximize his Fantasy appeal, because he doesn't add much in the way of passing or defense, but he should continue to be the No. 1 option for the Magic, with scoring averages in the high-teens. Consider him a solid mid-round pick with plenty of upside.

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  • Hornets forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist suffered a dislocated right shoulder in Saturday's preseason win over the Magic and is expected to miss several weeks, the Charlotte Observer reports.The injury occurred when Kidd-Gilchrist was sent flying hard to the floor after a foul by the Magic's Tobias Harris. He remained in Orlando overnight for X-rays on the shoulder, which came back negative but revealed a dislocation. He'll be officially reevaluated Monday, but a dislocated shoulder typically requires 3-12 weeks of recovery time, making it quite likely that Kidd-Gilchrist misses the Oct. 28 regular-season opener in Miami.It's not clear how much time beyond that Kidd-Gilchrist will be sidelined, but it should be clarified as he progresses from the injury. In Kidd-Gilchrist's absence, the Hornets could opt to move Nicolas Batum over from shooting guard to small forward, which may pave the way for Jeremy Lin, Jeremy Lamb, P.J. Hairston, or Troy Daniels to temporarily ascend to the starting lineup.

  • The Magic have announced the re-signing of forward Tobias Harris to a long-term contract, a move that was expected. Harris, who will turn 23 on Wednesday, averaged a career-high 17.1 points per game last season. He has been a tremendously consistent shooter in his four years in the NBA, shooting between 45.5 percent and 46.7 percent from the floor every season.

  • Free agent small forward Tobias Harris has agreed to a new deal to remain with the Magic, a person with knowledge of the situation has told the Associated Press. The deal is reportedly for four years and $64 million. Harris averaged a career-best 17.1 points a game last season and also peaked by shooting 36 percent from beyond the arc.

  • The Magic have extended qualifying offers to forwards Tobias Harris and Kyle O'Quinn, which makes them restricted free agents, per They can match any offer made to either player. Harris started 63 games for Orlando last season and averaged 17.1 points in a career-high 34.8 minutes per game. O'Quinn averaged 5.8 points and 3.9 rebounds in 16.2 minutes per game.

  • Magic guard Evan Fournier (hip) and forward Tobias Harris (Achilles) will be held out of Wednesday's game at Brooklyn, reports the team's official website. Fournier has missed the last two games with a sore hip, while a sore Achilles will prevent Harris from playing. The Magic are 8 1/2-point underdogs.

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2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014 68 442 46.6 87 36.4 193 78.8 1164 17.12 26.9
2013 61 332 46.4 32 25.4 197 80.7 893 14.64 24
2012 55 233 45.5 34 31.5 103 75.2 603 10.96 18.8
2011 42 79 46.7 6 26.1 44 81.5 208 4.95 8.1
3 Year Avg 61 336 46.3 51 32.3 164 78.5 887 14.54 23.7
Career 226 1086 46.3 159 32.1 537 79.0 2868 12.69