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Magic fans will have to be a little more patient. With the Finals already begun, several teams set to name new coaches and the NBA Draft quickly approaching, Orlando is still without a general manager. But the process is beginning to come to an end.
Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports that the Magic are down to three finalists -- former New Orleans general manager Jeff Bower, Oklahoma City assistant general manager Rob Hennigan and San Antonio vice president and assistant general manager Jeff Lindsey. The finalists are expected to meet with the DeVos family in Michigan before a final hire is made.
Sure to make Magic fans a little more impatient, Robbins reports that more finalists may be added.
The good news is that the search is nearing an end and many are anticipating that the Magic will have a new general manager in place by the early part of next week. That timeline is pure speculation though. The other good news is that only serious rumors are getting reported now t...
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