James Ennis entered the 2021 offseason as an unrestricted free agent with a $6.3 million cap hold and he’s expected to receive interest from multiple playoff contenders, with the Los Angeles Lakers, Hornets, Jazz, Bucks, Mavericks, and Sixers among the potential fits.
“For me, I had an okay season. If I didn’t get injured so much due to the short offseason – it was a quick turnaround. I felt like that’s what caused my injuries. There were a lot of injuries, in general, this year. I only averaged 8.4 (points per game), but if I was healthy and played more games, I probably would’ve been at 10-to-13 (PPG) this past year,” Ennis said, via Hoops Rumors.
Last season, the 31-year-old small forward averaged 8.4 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.5 assists while shooting at 47.3% from the floor and 43.3% from deep for the Orlando Magic.