Over the next few weeks Orlando Magic Daily will be taking a look at the things that went right and wrong this season as Orlando ended its season with its first Lottery season in six years.
When looking at the Magic roster at the beginning of the season, you could assume offense was going to be a problem. The roster did not have a single player who had been a first option offensively before this season. The key players were all nice role players, but hardly anyone you wanted to give the ball to and create offense.
There was no consistent low post threat, no consistent and proven dribble penetrator. There were certainly guys who could do it for short stretches, but no one who had sustained carrying a team for an 82-game season. Asking Jameer Nelson, Glen Davis and Hedo Turkoglu to carry the load was going to be asking a lot.
Still, someone was going to step up and into that role. Someone was going to have to drive this team's offense and help the team push forward, cr...