Two months have passed since the Magic competed in the Orlando Pro Summer League. With training camp approaching, it's a great time to check in on their non-roster players.
Magic rookies Victor Oladipo and Romero Osby had solid showings in the Orlando Pro Summer League, but it's unclear if any of that success will carry over into their rookie seasons.
How did Victor Oladipo, Romero Osby, and the rest of the Magic's Summer-Leaguers do? Orlando Pinstriped Post takes a look back.
Victor Oladipo is the only Magic player on either the First or Second Teams, which were announced Friday.
Despite A.J. Slaughter's best efforts, Orlando fell to Boston on Friday in a blowout. The Magic finish the week in eighth place.
Oklahoma City and Houston will duke it out for Orlando Pro Summer League supremacy. All eight other teams will also play.
In Thursday's Orlando Pro Summer League contest, Oladipo shook Michael Carter-Williams and then stepped back to hit the winning bucket for Orlando.
The field is set for Championship Day.
The rookie guard nailed the go-ahead step-back jumper on Thursday.
Eight teams will jockey for position before Championship Day.
"The kid, he's going to be a good player in this league. He works hard. He's a freak athlete. He's just a hungry kid."
Harkless puts the moves on Miami in this clip from Orlando's loss to the Heat on Tuesday.
The Thunder and Rockets remain the league's only undefeated teams.
Just three games are scheduled for Wednesday.
The second pick in June's Draft faced an aggressive Heat defense on Tuesday, and though Orlando lost the game, Oladipo is happy he got the experience.
With three days and 13 games in the books, the Orlando Pro Summer League leaderboard continues to take shape.
The Magic played their sloppiest game of the week on Tuesday and fell to 1-2.
Play continues Tuesday with four more games, beginning with Indiana and Boston at 11 AM Eastern.
The Thunder are atop the standings after two days of Orlando Pro Summer League play.
In deference to giving heavy minutes to their core players, the Magic's non-roster invitees to Orlando Pro Summer League haven't seen much action.
Evan Dunlap of Orlando Pinstriped Post joined Tuck and O'Neill on Monday afternoon to discuss the Orlando Magic's performance through two days of Orlando Pro Summer league action.
Jeremy Lamb's pull-up jumper with 6.3 seconds to play completed an impressive comeback for the Thunder.
Eight teams will take the floor Monday as Orlando Pro Summer League play continues.
After one day of Orlando Pro Summer League play, the Jazz lead in the standings.
Orlando's two rookies came up big in its Sunday victory.
All 10 teams in the Orlando Pro Summer League will be in action Sunday.
The Magic stand to gain plenty from their Orlando Pro Summer League experience.
Perry Jones III underwent surgery which will likely rule him out for the week of competition, a report indicates. Oklahoma City has added Ryan Reid to replace him on its roster.
During their home games at the Orlando Pro Summer League, the Oklahoma City Thunder will wear uniforms to honor victims of the tornadoes which devastated Oklahoma in May, 2013.
Indiana added Angelo Sharpless, released four more players, and let another leave in order to take an opportunity with a different club.
Three recent Draft picks and a slew of free agents comprise Boston's roster.
Steven Adams highlights a roster that's stocked with NBA-caliber talent.
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I want everybody who said Melo washed and didn't deserve to be in the league to keep that same energy going into 2020. #NBATwitter pic.twitter.com/FfilNbKJ62— FantasyMagic (13-17) (@jamesabaileyjr) December 27, 2019
I want everybody who said Melo washed and didn't deserve to be in the league to keep that same energy going into 2020. #NBATwitter pic.twitter.com/FfilNbKJ62