The Orlando Magic have their hands full this offseason. Magic restricted free agent Ryan Anderson visited the Sacramento Kings on Monday, according to Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee.
Anderson had lunch with the Kings' brass and visited their practice facility. He played college ball at Cal and attended Oak Ridge High School.
The Magic have said that they intend to keep Anderson, but would like to resolve the Dwight Howard saga first. Orlando is in the process of trying to trade Howard. Earlier reports had Anderson on the radar in Philadelphia. He could attract several suitors.
Anderson, 24, led the league in three-pointers this season. He also earned the Most Improved Player award, playing in 61 of 66 games. He reached career highs with 16.1 points per game and 7.7 rebounds per game this season with the Magic.