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Orlando Magic Daily:
The Orlando Magic season is two weeks from its conclusion. The focus for the organization has slowly turned toward the NBA Draft and the next stage of the team's growth and development. The players have dispersed from Amway Center and from Orlando for a brief vacation and they will be going in and out of the city as they prep for the 2013-14 season. It is a long way away.
With the season freshly concluded, enough time has passed to really get into the nitty gritty and review the season.
I joined Sports Talk Florida's Mary Stevens and Eric Lopez and Magic Basketball Online's Adam Papageorgiou on Sunday for a discussion of all things Magic from a review of Jacque Vaughn's first year, who could be leaving the Magic this summer, what the future holds for Maurice Harkless and Tobias Harris and who the Magic might take in the upcoming NBA Draft.
It is an hour long podcast, but is well worth the listen. To take a listen you can click on the link above, or click ...
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The Magic will be sending a reliable token of luck for the NBA Draft Lottery on May 21.
Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel reports that Pat Williams will represent the Magic once again at the NBA Draft Lottery. Williams was present when the Magic won the Draft Lottery in 1992 (Shaquille O'Neal), 1993 (Anfernee Hardaway) and 2004 (Dwight Howard). The Magic are hoping that...
Glen Davis is known for speaking his mind. He provided some of the most quotable moments of the season in his short playing time this season -- anyone remember "Opinions are like butt holes. Everyone has got one. Some of them stink." during the Magic's opening weekend?
Davis took the role of team captain seriously and was a leader on and off the floor. When he was...
Record: 20-62… 15th in Eastern Conference
Overview: After firing long-time head coach, Stan Van Gundy, long-time GM, Otis Smith and trading their franchise player, Dwight Howard and their second best player, Ryan Anderson, it was well known that this team would take a large step back. Few, if any, knew how far back that step would be, as they finished with the NBA’s...