(Orlando, FL) — Milwaukee Bucks’ general manager John Hammond and his former assistant Jeff Weltman are both candidates for the GM opening at Orlando. ESPN says Cleveland general manager David Griffin is the Magic’s top target to replace Rob Hennigan, who was fired in mid April and former Minnesota president Kevin McHale is also being mentioned. Hammond brought Weltman with him from Detroit in 2008, and Weltman left five years later to join the Toronto Raptors’ front office where he’s now the GM. Hammond is scheduled to enter his tenth season as Milwaukee’s GM, and he plans to stay on as a consultant starting next summer when assistant Justin Zanik is in line to replace him. Hammond did not talk about the Orlando job when he met with reporters Thursday, saying he cannot be “more excited” to be part of the Bucks’ future.