ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- When Arron Afflalo first heard he was being included in the latest blockbuster trade to shake-up the NBA, it was through a computer screen in Barcelona.
Afflalo was in Spain working with the league on a promotional youth 3-on-3 event and decided to surf the web.
"I just so happened to be on the Internet, actually," Afflalo said Thursday. "I saw a few little rumors out there. Part of the business."
The business included Afflalo becoming part of a four-team, multi-player deal that sent All-Star Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers and Afflalo and five other players dealt to the Magic last week.
Now part of a rebuilding process for a franchise that has a new general manager, a first-time head coach and now an overhauled roster, the sixth-year shooting guard said he looks at joining his third NBA team as an opportunity.
"Change always brings mystery," Afflalo said. "It always brings doubt. But on the positive side it brings a lot of opportunity...It's a goo...