Found June 10, 2012 on
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Alex Martins was always a behind the scenes guy.
His career with the Magic started there as a public relations director. He would be the one shuttling players to and from interviews in the early Shaquille O'Neal days. You were not supposed to know he was even there.
He went from Orlando to New Orleans and then from New Orleans to business school before returning to the Magic's front office. He was in an entirely different role, but still behind the scenes as he slowly climbed the ranks of the Magic's front office.
Martins was front and center really for the first time as the point man between the Magic and the city and county as they tried to secure funding for thhe Amway Center. Since that point, Martins has been front and center as the Magic's business-side representative.
After the Bob Vander Weide incident, Martins became the head of the Magic's day-to-day operations. He is the point man between the Magic and the DeVos family -- a little bit more, but ess...
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