Found June 28, 2013 on
Outside the Redzone:
The 2013 NBA Draft is complete and the offseason is underway. The Orlando Magic are looking to bounce back from a 20-62 finish, the worst in the NBA and second worst in franchise history. The Magic looked to get things going in the right direction with their two selections in the draft. Here’s how the [...]
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Dequan Jones was one of the feel-good stories of the offseason anywhere in basketball.
Here was an undrafted reserve guard from Miami (Fla.) who got a chance to impress at the Magic's Summer League, got an invite to training camp and then unseated a veteran in Quentin Richardson to earn a roster spot. Then there he was two game sinto the season starting.
It was incredible...
The Orlando Magic selected Victor Oladipo with the second pick in the NBA Draft.
The 6-foot-5 guard averaged 13.6 points per game while shooting 59.9 percent from the floor and 44.1 percent from beyond the arc. It was a breakout junior season for Oladipo who before last year was only a defensive player. That hustle and effort will not go away as he goes to the pros. Oladipo said...
Shortly after the Magic introduced its two newest members in Victor Oladipo and Romero Osby, the team announced that it had agreed to extend its contract with local radio affiliate ESPN580 Orlando five years, keeping the Magic on the same radio station until 2018. The Magic have been on 580 AM (formerly WDBO News Talk, but now the local ESPN Radio affiliate) since the 1992-93 season...
The Orlando Magic have guaranteed the contract of E'Twaun Moore, worth $884,293 for next season.
Magic officials told Moore they aren’t going to waive him by the Sunday deadline.
Moore averaged 7.8 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game last season
ORLANDO, Fla. Victor Oladipos length, reach and quick feet are attributes which should become readily apparent when he takes the court for the first time as a member of the Orlando Magic.
But its his eyes that are the first thing you notice about him. That certainly was the case with Tom Crean, the coach who saw Oladipo develop in three years from a player with no discernible offensive...