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2017 Schedule
29-53, 5th in Southeast
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6dChad Ford

Orlando's front office goes with Tatum

In Jayson Tatum, the Magic would be getting a prototypical small forward with the ability to score from anywhere on the basketball court.

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7dOhm Youngmisuk

Knicks lose draft lottery tiebreaker to Wolves

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.

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12dKevin Pelton

How bright is the future for the Magic?

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.

ESPN Stats and Information  

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.

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12dBrian Windhorst

Magic, no playoffs in 5 years, fire GM Hennigan

The Magic have fired general manager Rob Hennigan after five seasons without a postseason appearance. Under Hennigan, the team posted its worst five-year stretch in team history.

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12dSN Staff

Vote: What's next for the Orlando Magic?

Take a look back on the Magic's season and look ahead to the team's offseason. What's their biggest need going forward?


Orlando hangs on to defeat Detroit 113-109

Aaron Gordon had 32 points and 12 rebounds, Elfrid Payton scored 21 points and the Orlando Magic overcame a late run by Detroit to win their season-finale 113-109 Wednesday night.

Gordon can't stop dunking (0:16)
Biyombo comes up with monster slam (0:20)
Gordon takes flight for dunk (0:18)
Butler reaches lofty heights for alley-oop jam (0:24)
Bulls humiliate Magic 122-75 (0:47)
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Bulls embarrass Magic 122-75, near playoff berth

Emergency starter Jerian Grant had 17 points and a career-high 11 assists on Monday night, and the Chicago Bulls routed the Orlando Magic 122-75 to move closer to a postseason berth.

Butler pulls off impressive alley-oop slam (0:23)
Grant connects with Mirotic for the lay-in (0:18)
Grant and cameraman collide (0:31)
George's 37 points fuel win over Magic (0:55)
George, Ellis display strong chemistry (0:37)
George is unstoppable in the paint (0:22)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Magic G Jodie Meeks scored all 20 of his points in the second half Thursday vs. the Nets. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, the last Orlando player to score at least 20 points in the second half after going scoreless in the first two quarters was Rashard Lewis against the Cavaliers in 2008. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

Magic top Nets despite Lin's 32 points (1:19)

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.127th
Rebounds Per Game43.220th
Assists Per Game22.218th
Points Allowed107.622nd

Team History