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Veteran guard Michael Carter-Williams has agreed to a deal to return to the Magic.
The former first round pick and 2013-2014 Rookie-of-the-Year spent last season with Orlando after signing with the club in 2019. In 45 games last season, MCW averaged only 7.2 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 2.4 APG, and 1.1 SPG and averaged just 18:31 minutes/game. The eight-year veteran can be ignored in fantasy leagues unless his role on the team dramatically changes, which seems unlikely.
Michael Carter-Williams (knee) will not play in Wednesday’s Game 5 contest against the Bucks.
As expected, Carter-Williams has been ruled out for Wednesday’s Game 4. He has sidelined the entire playoff series due to a strained tendon in his left foot. DJ Augustin and Terrence Ross will continue to handle the majority of minutes off the Magic bench.
Michael Carter-Williams (foot) will not play in Monday’s Game 4 matchup against the Bucks.
Carter-Williams has missed the playoff series due to a strained tendon in his left foot. It appears unlikely he will be available for the postseason series against the Bucks. Look for DJ Augustin and Terrence Ross to handle the majority of the minutes off the Magic’s bench. MCW is currently day-to-day.
Magic guard Michael Carter-Williams will remain out for Saturday's game against the Bucks while continuing to nurse a strained tendon in his left foot.
Carter-Williams will now miss his eighth consecutive game and is day-to-day. Terrence Ross and D.J. Augustin have been seeing major minutes off the bench in his absence and should continue to do so once again on Saturday. The 28-year-old guard should be considered questionable for Game 4 on Monday.
Michael Carter-Williams (foot) is listed as doubtful for Game 2 against the Bucks on Thursday.
Carter-Williams is dealing with a strained tendon in his left foot and it doesn't look like he'll be able to suit up in Game 2. Expect Terrence Ross and D.J. Augustin to get most of the minutes in the backcourt if Carter-Williams remains out on Thursday.