ORLANDO, Fla. -- Aaron Gordon began the Orlando Pro Summer League playing the small forward position almost exclusively.
The Magic then moved him to the power forward spot. By the time things wrapped up Friday, he was at center.
As much as this week was about learning the nuances of the pro game after just one year at the University of Arizona, it also was about the Magic trying to get a better idea in what areas their fourth overall pick can excel at and what he needs to work on.
When training camp opens at the end of September, Gordon will have finally turned 19. Will he also have the right aptitude to go along with the right attitude and apply the lessons he learned?
"Statistically wise, I didn't do great," said Gordon, who averaged 7.8 points and 5.0 rebounds as the Magic went 3-2 in the 10-team league. "But it was fun basketball, and I took a lot away from it. When I get back in the gym, I'm going to have an idea of what I need to work on."
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