The Magic have reached an agreement to hire Raptors GM Jeff Weltman as president of basketball operations, sources confirmed to ESPN.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/15L 107-79
- 2/23L 112-103
- 2/25W 105-86
- 3/1L 101-90
- 3/3W 110-99
- 3/5L 115-114
- 3/6L 113-105
- 3/8W 98-91
- 3/10L 121-81
- 3/11L 116-104
- 3/13L 120-115
- 3/16L 122-92
- 3/17W 109-103
- 3/20W 112-109
- 3/22L 109-102
- 3/24W 115-87
- 3/27L 131-112
- 3/29L 114-106
- 3/31L 117-116
- 4/1L 121-111
- 4/4L 122-102
- 4/6W 115-107
- 4/8L 127-112
- 4/10L 122-75
- 4/12W 113-109
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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
I'm hearing that Dennis Smith Jr. shot the ball extremely well during his workout with the Orlando Magic earlier this week. The point guard knocked down more than half of his 3-point attempts in a workout in front of Orlando decision-makers. Smith Jr., an explosive athlete, made 36 percent of his 3-point attempts in his lone season at North Carolina State. He is projected as a top-8 pick in the NBA Draft.
7-foot-6 UCF post player Tacko Fall is going through pre-draft workouts with several NBA teams, but hasn't made up his mind that he's staying in the NBA draft.
The No. 6 pick is a toss-up until Orlando has a new GM, but one of the nation's most talented college freshmen could be the call here.
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
The 6th pick in the NBA Draft Lottery goes to the Orlando Magic, who are still looking for a star to anchor their rebuilding process. The Magic haven't made the playoffs since trading Dwight Howard in the summer of 2012.
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Recent history is on the Celtics' side as they hope to land the No. 1 pick in Tuesday's NBA draft lottery. In each of the last two years, the team that entered with the best chance to win the lottery has ended up picking No. 1 overall
The 2017 NBA draft lottery is Tuesday night. Here's our ultimate guide to every likely pick, important trade and much more for every team with a chance at a top selection.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Magic Johnson headlines the team representatives for Tuesday night's NBA Draft Lottery.
The NBA draft lottery (Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN) could be a game-changer. Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton break down what it means for the Lakers, Celtics, Knicks and more teams.
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Coach Frank Vogel will represent Orlando Magic at NBA Draft Lottery on May 16, league sources tell ESPN. Sr. VP Pat Williams to attend also.
Milwaukee Bucks general manager John Hammond says he's excited to see what his team can do in 2017-18.
Is Markelle Fultz or Lonzo Ball the better prospect? Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton make a case for each player and give their verdicts, and they identify potential sleeper picks.
While Cavs GM David Griffin is the favorite, Bucks GM John Hammond, Raptors GM Jeff Weltman and Kevin McHale are also candidates to become the Magic's new president of basketball operations.
Orlando reportedly has serious interest in the Hall of Famer and TNT analyst after parting ways with former general manager Rob Hennigan on April 13.
The Magic intend to offer Cavs GM David Griffin their vacant president of basketball operations position, sources told ESPN.
Forward Jeff Green becomes a free agent on July 1 and the Orlando Magic will likely not offer him a new contract.
The Orlando Magic are considering former Minnesota Timberwolves general manager and Houston Rockets head coach Kevin McHale as his next team president, according to a USA Today Sports report.
The Admiral dropped 71 in final game of the season
Orlando center helps organization improving lives of children affected by conflict
In Jayson Tatum, the Magic would be getting a prototypical small forward with the ability to score from anywhere on the basketball court.
If neither team lands in the top three of the NBA draft lottery, the Timberwolves will draft ahead of the Knicks as determined by tiebreaker.
Can Orlando's rebuilding project be salvaged? What moves should the Magic make next? Kevin Pelton breaks down their options after firing GM Rob Hennigan.
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In his five seasons as Magic GM, Rob Hennigan could never produce a winning team and failed to rebuild the organization after trading Dwight Howard to the Lakers in 2012.
Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer
Orlando has interest in Grant Hill as its new face of basketball ops, but league sources say Hill has no plans to leave Atlanta ownership.