Cohen's Analysis: The Magic will have two unrestricted free agents this summer, Beno Udrih and DeQuan Jones, and will have to make an assessment on Kyle O’Quinn, who has a team option for next season.

Udrih, who has played significant minutes at backup point guard with Jameer Nelson injured, was acquired from the Bucks as part of the J.J. Redick trade. He is a savvy veteran with championship experience. However, it’s indistinct whether he will be willing to accept a third string role for next season considering Nelson and E’Twaun Moore will likely be one and two on the depth chart.

Jones and O’Quinn, two hard-working rookies, have each exceeded expectations this season. DJ, for one, went undrafted and still found a spot on an NBA roster, while Kyle has been relentless off the bench and may prove to be a solid role player for many years in this league.