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Labor Day has arrived, brining an unofficial end to the summer. That also means that Orlando Magic basketball will be played next month.

So it seems like a good time to round-up all of the Orlando Magic content from over the summer (post-free agency) and deliver it to you here so you can catch up on whatever you may have missed. But first...

Magic Tweets of the Summer

Magic Headlines

Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac spoke with our Preston Ellis about the excitement of the upcoming season.

Our list of the Orlando Magic’s most highly anticipated games of the 2019-2020 season.

The Magic, after doubling down on their core, could be a contender in the East next season, writes Jonathan Tjarks of The Ringer.

What will the Orlando Magic rotation look like in 2019-2020? Josh Robbins of The Athletic examines.

The Magic maintain patience as Markelle Fultz continues to work towards a return, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Can the Magic pick up where they left off last season and exceed ESPN’s projection of 46 wins? John Denton of examines.

Jonathan Isaac remains the Magic’s biggest X-factor, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

A Q&A with Jonathan Isaac, courtesy of Alex Kennedy of Hoops Hype.

Three players on the Magic who are candidates to have a breakout season, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

Breaking down the good, the bad and the ugly of the Magic’s 2019-2020 schedule, courtesy of Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Orlando Magic need Markelle Fultz this season, writes our Zach Oliver.

With a large portion of their salary cap being used on centers, the Magic have made a sizeable investment in size, writes our Garrett Townsend.

The Magic’s young core was ranked 11th best in the league by Zach Kram of The Ringer.

Jonathan Isaac is one of the league’s young role players who can still become a star, writes Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report.

At the trade deadline, the Magic should target Kris Dunn (and the Raptors should target Mo Bamba, and the Bucks should target Al-Farouq Aminu), writes Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report.

What are the Orlando Magic building towards? David Ramil of FanSided examines.

As one of the few teams returning intact next season, the Magic are banking on internal improvement.

A breakdown of the Orlando Magic point guards, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.

Mo Bamba says the Magic are working towards something bigger, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Fresh off his USA Select Team stint, Jonathan Isaac says the Magic are “going to have a fantastic year,” writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Jonathan Isaac on adding muscle, his budding friendship with Markelle Fultz, and the Magic’s increased expectations, courtesy of John Denton of

The Orlando Magic giving Chuma Okeke a redshirt year benefits everyone, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Continuity will help the Magic hit the ground running in 2019-2020, Rossman-Reich writes.

The next steps in rebuilding the Magic are growth and stardom, Rossman-Reich writes.

Aaron Gordon and his mother inspire Central Florida youth with their CodeOrlando program, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Dwight Howard-Lakers reunion is a double-sided self-delusion, writes Ben Golliver of the Washington Post.

How Dwight Howard went from Superman in Orlando to his last chance in the NBA, courtesy of Chris Barnewall of Dime Magazine.

After a business trip to the Bahamas, what’s next for Penny Hardaway and the Memphis Tigers? Jason Munz of The Commercial Appeal examines.

Aaron Gordon’s strong work ethic was on display once again this offseason, writes John Denton of

Jonathan Isaac takes pride in inspiring youth to win at life, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Mo Bamba is one of the league’s sophomores who isn’t guaranteed to improve next season, writes Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report.

Will Markelle Fultz get his career back on track? Jamie Campbell of Sir Charles in Charge wonders.

The top 30 most under-appreciated players in Magic history, courtesy of Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

A Q&A about all things Orlando Magic with Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Deconstructing Day 1 of free agency for the Orlando Magic, also courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.