Fran Vazquez has signed a new two-year contract in Europe.
Fran Vazquez would consider playing for the Magic after the 2011-12 season, according to his agent.
Spanish big man Fran Vázquez has reportedly extended his contract with Regal FC Barcelona for at least one more season.
Former Magic lottery pick Fran Vazquez has reportedly warmed to the idea of playing in the NBA, but the possibility of a lockout is complicating his decision.
The Magic say that former lottery pick Fran Vazquez of Spain wants to play for the team next season, but the roadblock is the $7-million buy-out in Vazquez’ contract with FC Barcelona.
Fran Vazquez, the 11th overall pick in the 2005 NBA draft who rejected the Orlando Magic to stay in Spain, is reconsidering his decision.
Fran Vazquez is apparently the European version of Doug Christie, and ironically, both players (and their ladies) duped the Magic this year.
Magic Co-assistant General Manager Dave Twardzik met Wednesday morning with first-round draft pick Fran Vazquez, who apologized for the embarrassment he caused the team and reiterated his long-range goal of playing in the NBA.
The Magic's front office combo of Dave Twardzik and Otis Smith are making a trip to Spain in an attempt to talk to Fran Vazquez.
Fran Vazquez is going to stay in Europe this season and not join the Magic, where he would have had a chance at starting, or at least playing heavy minutes.
The Magic are denying an internet report that Fran Vazquez will play in Europe this season.
Fran Vazquez is under contract to his Euro-league team, Unicaja Malaga, but is planning on reporting to Orlando in October.
The Orlando Magic have selected Fran Vazquez with the 11th pick of the draft.