The Orlando Magic and free agent guard E'Twaun Moore have agreed to terms on a one-year contract. Moore will make the veteran minimum with Orlando for his 11th NBA season.

Moore was part of the Phoenix Suns 2021 NBA Finals run. He played in just 27 games for the Suns in the regular season and just seven playoff games. However, Suns coach Monty Williams and several players lauded Moore for his veteran leadership throughout the season.

That leadership is likely why the Magic are adding Moore to the roster. They have a lot of young guards, from 2021 first-round pick Jalen Suggs to 2020 first-rounders Cole Anthony and R.J. Hampton to Markelle Fultz. Those young players will benefit from Moore's experience in the locker room and on the bench.