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Best case scenarios for each key member of the Orlando Magic, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.
The Magic will have some depth chart difficulties this season, Townsend writes.
Townsend also provides a preview of the Magic’s battle of the bigs and looks at the team’s lack of shooting.
Jonathan Isaac discussed his reasoning for not getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Our Aaron Goldstone went to Magic Media Day and wrote about the team’s backcourt depth, the big year coming up for the young centers and some rehab updates.
Take a trip down memory lane with some All-Stars you may have forgot played for the Magic, courtesy of our Mike Ferguson.
The Magic see a roster full of guards as a good thing, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
There’s no reason for everyone hate on Jonathan Isaac for being pro-choice on the vaccination, Hays wonders,
Jamahl Mosley drilled defense on his first day of practice, writes Julia Poe of the Orlando Sentinel.
Mo Bamba is eager for redefinition with his new coach and season, Poe writes.
Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel writes that Jonathan Isaac can’t give a good reason why he’s the Magic’s only unvaccinated player.
What scouts are saying about R.J. Hampton’s future, courtesy of Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Robbins explains what a big bell tells us about Jamahl Mosley’s Orlando Magic.
What would be considered a successful season for the Magic? Robbins answers that and more in his mailbag.
Energy is the hallmark of the Magic’s early practices, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Mo Bamba is eager to take advantage of a fresh start, Rossman-Reich writes.
Jalen Suggs and Franz Wagner will win games for the Magic, writes Omar Cabrera of Orlando Magic Daily.
Media Day notes and quotes from each member of the Magic, courtesy of Dan Savage of OrlandoMagic.com.
Five interesting two-man lineup combination possibilities for the Magic this season, courtesy of Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
A blue bell is coming in handy at Magic training camp, Cohen writes.
Jonathan Isaac is disrupting the Magic’s chemistry, writes Luke Duffy of HoopsHabit.
Jonathan Isaac and the growing natural immunity debate, courtesy of Aaron Blake of the Washington Post.
Four reasons to pay attention to the 2021-2022 Orlando Magic, courtesy of Jack Maloney of CBS Sports.