Orlando Magic general manager Rob Hennigan says no decision has been made on the future of Dwight Howard a day before the NBA draft.
Hennigan said Tuesday that he’s spoken to the All-Star center and his agent. He said those talks so far have been ”pretty good” but that he would keep the rest of what’s been discussed confidential. Howard is under contract next year, but hasn’t said if he’ll sign beyond that.
Hennigan also says that he’s also reached out to guards Jameer Nelson and J.J. Redick about their futures.
Nelson has until Friday to tell the team whether he will opt-out of the final year of his contract. Should the Magic waive Redick by July 7, they wouldn’t owe him the final $6.1 million of his contract.