Lakeland plays a game Friday, so it seems probable that Iwundu will play in the contest. He's taken on an expanded role with Orlando lately, in large part due to the myriad of injuries the team has dealt with. That's resulted in him seeing 18.5 minutes per game over the team's past 13 contests. That said, the team is collectively recovering from their injuries, so Iwundu's role will probably be reduced in the near future.
Iwundu will move back to the bench Tuesday against the Heat, Heat play-by-play announcer Mike Inglis reports.
Iwundu has picked up three starts this season, most recently coming Saturday against the Wizards where he posted 12 points, two rebounds and a block across 25 minutes. However, the Magic are getting Evan Fournier (ankle) back on Tuesday, which ultimately will lead to Iwundu moving back to the bench. With Aaron Gordon (calf) still sidelined, there should still be playing time available for Iwundu, though he could have a tough time surpassing the 20-minute mark by much, if at all.
Iwundu will draw the start for Saturday's contest against the Wizards, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Iwundu came off the bench during Friday's game, though coach Frank Vogel has been changing his starting five often in the wake of the team's myriad of injuries. Over the past six games, he's posting 4.5 points and 2.8 rebounds across 21.0 minutes per game.
Iwundu will come off the pine for Friday's game against the Pelicans, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
The Magic are still dealing with a myriad of injuries, so Iwundu will likely still see significant run, despite coming off the bench. Over the past six games, he's averaged 4.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists across 21.2 minutes per game.
Iwundu will start at small forward for Wednesday's game against the Bulls, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports
The Magic are set to be without usual starters Evan Fournier (ankle) and Aaron Gordon (calf), so both Iwundu and Mario Hezonja will be taking on starting roles Wednesday. In his lone previous start this season, Iwundu played a whopping 33 minutes, though he added just six points, three rebounds and two assists. He'll be a potential punt-play option for Wednesday's DFS slate, but there's likely better options out there.
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