Aaron Gordon Details Why He Wants Trade From Magic

'You know, it's just my frustration kind of boiling over'

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March 24, 2021

The Magic must not be close to a deal on Aaron Gordon ahead of the NBA trade deadline, considering he started Tuesday night in a loss to the Denver Nuggets.

That didn’t stop the forward from answering questions about why he wants to leave Orlando.

“There’s been times where I just expressed my frustration to management — frustration with the losses, the injuries, the way we’ve been playing, how we’ve been playing and how many losses have accumulated over the years,” Gordon said, via The Athletic’s Josh Robbins. “You know, it’s just my frustration kind of boiling over, I would say. I think a lot of people share that sentiment with me of frustration.”

Multiple teams have reached out to the Magic to try and acquire Gordon, with the Boston Celtics reportedly having serious interest and are considered frontrunners to land him. Apparently, the feeling is mutual, and Boston reportedly is at the top of his list of preferred destinations.

The NBA trade deadline is March 25.

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