Every rookie in the NBA will tell you that adjusting to the league is difficult. The schedule is brutal, the travel is ridiculous and the competition is fierce. But it’s even harder to transition from college to the pros when you’re career starts with arthroscopic surgery on your knee to remove damaged cartilage. This is where Daniel Orton currently finds himself. The Orlando Magic rookie hasn’t logged a single minute of action this season and hasn’t even been able to practice with the team after undergoing the procedure in December.