The Orlando Magic have indeed notified Marcin Gortat of its intent to match the offer sheet he signed with Dallas last week for $34 million over five years, according to Gortat's agent Guy Zucker. Zucker said he received word from the Magic about two hours ago. Gortat, who is in his native Poland, is "very, very disappointed," Zucker said. The Mavs, certainly are, too. Zucker said he had been on the phone with "everyone" from Dallas since receiving the word and they had expressed disappointment. The Mavs lost forward Brandon Brass to the Magic last week, putting the Mavericks in shaky position in the post with few quality big men available. The Magic had until Wednesday to make a move on Gortat or let him go. Gortat wanted to play in Dallas where he had a chance to be a starter and would certainly get more minutes than he does in Orlando, backing up Dwight Howard. "They had a tremendous amount of confidence in Marcin," Zucker said of the Mavs.