Report: Ex-Wizards center Robin Lopez agrees to one-year deal with Magic

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Report: Robin Lopez agrees to one-year deal with Magic originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Robin Lopez is headed to Disney World. 

The former Wizards center agreed to a one-year, $5 million contract with the Magic Tuesday, making Orlando the eighth team Lopez will play for in his NBA career. 

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Lopez spent last season as a backup center for the Wizards and had his moments as a rim protector and post scorer. His right-handed hook shot became an urban legend in Washington D.C. as he averaged nine points and 3.8 rebounds in 71 games. 

Washington had a bit of a log jam at center entering free agency after agreeing to a blockbuster trade involving Russell Westbrook with the Lakers last week. With Daniel Gafford, Thomas Bryant and Montrezl Harrell on the roster, Lopez's return certainly seemed in doubt. 

Lopez now joins a Magic team with two young big men, Wendell Carter Jr. and Mo Bamba, looking to grow their games and improve through the franchise's rebuild.