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Orlando Magic need Markelle Fultz this season

For NBA teams, point guard play is becoming more and more important. The leader for many teams, and player who initiates the offense, brings significant importance no a nightly basis. Nearly half the league is able to roll out...

The Orlando Magic’s sizable investment in size

This offseason the Magic front office made a big investment. In locking up their All-Star center Nikola Vucevic they made him the 23rd highest paid player in the NBA for the 2019/20 season, with his four-year, $100 million pact...

The Orlando Magic are banking on internal improvement

It was arguably the most chaotic summer in NBA history. Six All-NBA players changed teams. More than $1 billion in contract commitments was handed out in the first 60 hours of free agency. The balance of power in the...

Report: Magic, Jefferson agree on a one-year deal

The Orlando Magic came to an agreement Friday morning with big man Amile Jefferson. The deal is reported (by multiple media outlets) to be a “two-way” contract. Free agent forward Amile Jefferson has agreed to a one-year deal to...

Report: Orlando Magic sign guard Josh Magette

One two-way contract down, one to go. According to Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, the Magic have signed playmaking point guard Josh Magette to a two-way deal. Sources: The playmaking guard who recently had a strong showing with...

A breakdown of the Orlando Magic point guards

As free agency continues to wind down across the league, it’s starting to look like things are just about done for the Magic. Four key re-signings, a bench addition, and a necessary Mozgov stretching constituted the bulk of the...

Summer League Game Thread: Orlando Magic vs. Denver Nuggets

Who: Orlando Magic (1-0) vs. Denver Nuggets (0-0) When: Sunday, July 7 at 6 p.m. Where: Cox Pavillion - Las Vegas, Nevada TV: NBA TV Storyline: The Magic, in their second Summer League game, will be without Mo Bamba, who will sit...

Magic waive Mozgov, will reportedly “stretch” his contract

The Orlando Magic opened up a roster spot Saturday afternoon by deciding to waive veteran center Timofey Mozgov. The move was announced via Twitter by Magic President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman. The Orlando Magic have waived center Timofey...

The Magic’s Summer League opener, Mo Bamba’s return, and an earthquake

I miss the days when NBA Summer League was played in Orlando and there were, you know, no earthquakes. The Magic’s Summer League opener in Las Vegas was cut short on Friday night as a precaution after an earthquake...

Has Mo Bamba Taken the Next Step? All eyes turn to the big man...

The Orlando Magic surged to the finish line in 2019 with the NBA’s fifth-best defensive rating (107.0) and seventh-best net rating overall (5.0) by winning 22 of their last 31 games. They even snuck past the Toronto Raptors in...

Heart & Hustle Podcast: Orlando Magic free agency recap

Scott Anez and Nick Gryniewicz react to the Magic’s free agent flurry: - Re-signing Nik Vucevic to a 4-year, $100 million deal. - Re-signing Terrence Ross to a 4-year, $54 million deal. - Re-signing Michael Carter-Williams. - Signing Al-Faouq...

Twitter reacts to the Orlando Magic’s free agent signings

The NBA took over Twitter on Sunday. When it came to the Orlando Magic, as always, there was a wide range of opinion regarding the moves they made in free agency. Most wanted Nikola Vucevic back. Others didn’t....

Keeping Nikola Vucevic was necessary for the Orlando Magic

As the ball officially gets rolling on the NBA’s free agency period, the Orlando Magic got their biggest piece of work done quickly. Needing to come to terms with All-Star center Nikola Vucevic, the Magic made sure not to...

Magic add another forward, agree to deal with Al-Farouq Aminu

Al-Farouq Aminu sure does seem to fit the Jeff Weltman/John Hammond mold. A defensive-minded power forward with a lengthy wingspan and some range. Aminu, who spent the last four seasons with the Portland Trailblazers, will now join a...

Magic, Terrence Ross agree to four-year contract, per reports

After locking in All-Star Nikola Vucevic on a four-year deal, the Orlando Magic came to an agreement on a four-year, $54 million deal with sixth-man Terrence Ross, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Bringing back Ross was all but a...

Report: Nikola Vucevic to commit to four-year, $100 million deal with Magic

Nikola Vucevic is about to become the Orlando Magic’s $100 million man. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Vucevic and the Magic are on the verge of agreeing to a four-year deal for $100 million. Orlando free agent All-Star Nikola...

The state of the Orlando Magic’s point guards heading into free agency

Point guard was easily the most frustrating position for the Orlando Magic last season. After three years of stability in the form of Elfrid Payton, there have been more questions than answers about the future of that role. The Magic...

Heart & Hustle Podcast: Emergency breakdown of Nikola Vucevic rumors

Nick Gryniewicz reacts to Marc Stein’s report that the Magic are preparing a four-year, $90 million deal for Nikola Vucevic. Is this a good deal for the Magic? What does this mean for Terrence Ross? Could the Magic be a...

The Nikola Vucevic market and the ideal contract for the Orlando Magic

To have been a fly on the wall in Nikola Vucevic’s home when Al Horford declined his option for the 2019-2020 season. For Vucevic, the top free agent center this summer, Horford’s decision to test the market created some unexpected...

Heart & Hustle Podcast: Orlando Magic free agency analysis

Scott Anez and Nick Gryniewicz break down the latest on Nikola Vucevic, Terrence Ross and other free agents connected to the Magic. If the Magic lose Terrence Ross, who will they get to replace him? Nick and Scott run...

Free agency will show direction for Orlando Magic

As free agency quickly approaches, the Orlando Magic have a lot of questions surrounding them. Will they keep All-Star Nikola Vucevic and sixth-man Terrence Ross, and return the same roster they did last season? Will they keep just one...