The Orlando Magic enter the last week of the regular season with a 20-60 record, which is one game ahead of the league-worst Charlotte Bobcats. The Magic are guaranteed to finish no better than the second-worst record in the NBA.
One home game and one away game comprise the Magic's last two games of the season.
Monday, April 15th: Magic vs Chicago Bulls, 7 PM Eastern, Fox Sports Florida
It will be Fan Appreciation Night at Amway Center, with this being the last home game of the Magic season. The Bulls enter the game still unsure of their playoff seeding, as they could finish either in fifth or sixth place in the East. Chicago has beaten Orlando in all three games this season, though the games have been close. The three Bulls' wins came by a total of nine points. Chicago will be without center Joakim Noah and reserve forward Taj Gibson, and it's anyone's guess if and when Derrick Rose will play this season.
Wednesday, April 17th: Magic at Miami Heat, 8 PM Eastern, Fox Sports Florida
The Magic conclude their 24th NBA season at the defending World Champions. Orlando arguably gave Miami their toughest game during their recent 27-game winning streak, losing in the final seconds on LeBron James' driving left-handed layup. Even though the Heat lead the Magic 3-0 this season, two of the wins have come by a total of three points.