Each week in the offseason (we promise to go back to daily headlines for the regular season), we will gather Magic content from around the web and deliver it to you. Consider it one-stop shopping for all Magic headlines. But first...
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Our Aaron Goldstone hands out final grades for members of the Magic’s core.
Local television ratings for the NBA overall this season increased. For the Magic, there was a significant drop.
Jeff Weltman will have final say on the Magic’s coaching hire, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com looks at NBA Draft prospects.
The first steps of the Magic’s rebuild start this summer, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Aaron Gordon was the Magic’s MVP of the 2017-2018 season, writes Rossman-Reich.
A look at the divergent processes of the Magic and 76ers, courtesy of Zachary Bethel of Orlando Magi Daily.
The pros and cons of hiring Frank Vogel, courtesy of Maxwell Ogden of Daily Knicks.
Aaron Gordon was listed as the top free agent power forward in a ranking by Hoops Hype.
Matt Rutkowski of The Step Back pokes fun at the Magic for tweeting out that Shelvin Mack led the team with 3.9 assists per game.
The Philadelphia 76ers have a lot in common with the Shaq and Penny era in Orlando, writes Justin Tinsley of The Undefeated.
Which qualities does each team need in their next head coach? Paolo Uggeti of The Ringer examines.
Victor Oladipo posted a triple-double to force a Game 7 against the Cavaliers, writes J. Michael of the Indianapolis Star.
Oladipo led the Pacers in a dominant win over the Cavs, writes Nathan S. of Indy Cornrows.
The real life diet of Victor Oladipo, the Pacers’ newly-jacked franchise player, courtesy of Matt Jussim of GQ.
Former Magic assistant Jay Hernandez joined Scoop B Radio to discuss his time with Orlando.
Penny Hardaway mania is over-the-top at Memphis and that’s a good thing, writes Geoff Calkins of The Commercial Appeal.
The Magic select Trae Young with the fifth pick in the latest NBA Mock Draft by Reid Forgrave of CBS Sports.
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