In the building Dwight Howard's exploits helped build it's hard to find even the smallest remnant of the former Orlando center these days.
The photographs, murals and other likenesses that once adorned virtually every other crevice inside the Magic's Amway Center have been scraped away, now just painful reminders of championship aspirations never realized.
After taking the Magic through one of the most tumultuous years in their history, the six-time all-star who called himself Superman is now a villain - departed from the city he once pledged to take to its first NBA title.
Change is everywhere for the new-look Magic.
Orlando enters the season with a new general manager, coach and roster full of new faces - and a promise to recover is the rallying cry of those that are left.
The marketing slogan for the first year of the post-Howard era: ''We will.''
''It's a new, exciting beginning, a new era for Magic basketball,'' CEO Alex Martins said. ''It's great to see a bunch of guys i...