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2017 Schedule
29-53, 5th in Southeast
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Payton to make jersey change

Magic guard Elfrid Payton will change his jersey number from No. 4 to No. 2 starting next season. Payton wore No. 2 while at Louisiana-Lafayette.

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7dKevin Pelton

Summer League Rookie Report: Jonathan Isaac

As the highest-drafted player in the Orlando Pro Summer League, Isaac had a big performance against the Heat, scoring 15 points and grabbing 13 rebounds in 22 minutes of action.

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8dAdrian Wojnarowski

Former Spurs guard Simmons heading to Magic

Free-agent guard Jonathon Simmons has signed a new contract with the Magic. Terms were not disclosed but sources tell ESPN it will be a three-year deal worth $6.3 million for the first season, $6 million for the second, and $5.7 milllion for the third.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Orlando will waive point guard CJ Watson, league sources tell ESPN.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Shelvin Mack two-year $12M contract now has the Magic with $4.4M in cap space and 10 players on guaranteed contracts. Orlando can increase their room $4M based on the July 10 cut date of CJ Watson. Orlando will still have the $4.32M room mid-level exception.

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15dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Mack finalizing 2-year deal with Magic

Shelvin Mack is finalizing a two-year, $12 million contract with the Magic, league sources told ESPN. He will be the first free-agent signing for new Orlando president Jeff Weltman and general manager John Hammond.

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Magic finish 2-3 in Orlando

The Orlando Magic lost 86-78 to the Hornets in Thursday's fifth-place game in the Orlando Summer League. Undrafted rookie Przemek Karnowski scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds off the bench.

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Lucas leads Magic to win

Guard Kalin Lucas had 20 points and seven assists in 31 minutes as the Magic improved to 2-2 in Orlando Summer League play on Wednesday with an 84-73 win over the Knicks. Lucas, 28, left Michigan State as a senior in 2011 and spent last season with the D-League's Erie BayHawks.

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Magic fall to Mavs in summer league

The Magic fell to Mavericks 86-76 in Orlando Summer League. Sixth overall pick Jonathan Isaac was relatively quiet, scoring nine points on five shots and pulling down just three rebounds.

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Buycks leads Mavs past Magic

The Mavericks defeated the Magic 86-76 to improve to 2-0 in Orlando Summer League. Veteran guard Dwight Buycks dropped 20 points and Christian Wood chipped in with 16 points and four boards for the Mavs.

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Lottery picks impress in summer league

The Orlando Magic defeated the Miami Heat 81-68 in both teams' second game in the Orlando Summer League. Jonathan Isaac dropped 15 points and added 13 boards, while Bam Adebayo filled the box score with 14 points, 9 rebounds, 2 blocks and 2 steals.

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Pacers defeat Magic in summer league match

No. 6 overall pick Jonathan Isaac went 2-for-10 from the field in his first NBA action as the Magic lost to the Pacers, 85-74, to kick off the Orlando summer league.

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Magic unveil summer roster

No. 6 overall pick Jonathan Isaac is among the most notable names on the Magic's Orlando Summer League roster, which was released Wednesday. Veterans Stephen Zimmerman, Marcus Georges-Hunt and Patricio Garino are also expected to play.

Stats & Info

Iguodala a hot commodity as free agent

After his best statistical season as a Warrior, Andre Iguodala, an unrestricted free agent, is drawing interest from the Timberwolves, Spurs, Clippers, 76ers, Magic, Nets and Jazz, sources tell ESPN.

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25dChris Haynes

Sources: Iguodala targeted by several teams

The Timberwolves, Spurs, Clippers, 76ers, Magic, Nets and Jazz are among the teams interested in signing Andre Iguodala away from the Warriors in free agency, sources tell ESPN's Chris Haynes.

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Is Jonathan Isaac still growing?

Jonathan Isaac, the Magic's first-round draftee at No. 6 overall, is listed at 6-foot-10. But the 19-year-old could still be growing.

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29dChad Ford

NBA draft grades: Magic earn top marks

Jonathan Isaac has a real chance to be a star and should pair well with Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic in the front court. Wesley Iwundu (No. 33) could stick around as well if he can hit 3s.

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30dKevin Pelton

Trade grades: Who wins Sixers-Magic swap?

The Sixers picked up a first-rounder from the Magic and grabbed an intriguing international player. Kevin Pelton grades the trade.

Team Stats

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

Team History