2017 Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady will return to where it all started, the Orlando Magic. The Orlando Magic announced that T-Mac will join the organization as a special assistant to the CEO. In his new role, McGrady help the Magic in many areas including advising players and coaches, marketing and community outreach and even help …
Can anyone out there guess what the Magic’s strategy is this season?
The Magic are neither winning nor are they fun. They should probably tank, but history suggests they won’t. So where does Danilo Gallinari fit in all this?
No 10-year vet is going to the Magic. Nobody’s taking Bismack Biyombo at that contract. But Terrence Ross? Nikola Vučević? Expect movement, plenty of it.
The Celtics got the No. 1 pick; great—but they’ve got big decisions to make. No. 8 doesn’t help NY and Orlando is a mess, but how about those Lakers?
Buddy Hield is shooting well since coming over, Skal Labissière is developing faster than we thought—Believe it or not, the Kings might be okay soon.
Orlando picked in the top-five three out of four years, with two other lottery picks as well—yet, they produced nothing. How can the Magic get it right?
The Raptors figured they needed a notable big man to push them over the top, but the player they want in Serge Ibaka no longer exists.
The Chicago Bulls ever trading Michael Jordan? Not a chance. But when they do so for five Clippers’ assets, it changes the NBA forever.
For the 76ers, it is starting to pay off. For those in a hybrid rebuild—such as DET, MIN, MIL, even Utah—it looks bright. And the NBA landscape is changing.
The Magic have Serge Ibaka; they have a lot of athleticism and length on defense. But do all of the pieces fit? If anything, they’re trying to compete.
Remember when Shaquille O’Neal’s debut rap album went platinum? Or when he met Prince? We chatted with Def Jef (aka Jeffrey Fortson) about all of it.
Chuck Daly led his Pistons over Jordan’s Bulls. He almost led them over Jordan, Bird, and Magic in the same year. Still, every coach has their shortcomings.
Jae Crowder’s defense alone would get him on this list; he can defend anyone. It’s because he’s learned how to shoot a little too that sees him end up here.
There’s a word we use to describe players like Serge Ibaka: unicorn. That’s what he is, but for all the stuff he does well, a few question marks remain.
The Orlando Magic overpaid for Serge Ibaka, but for the first time since the Dwight Howard years, their roster actually makes sense.
Four years ago, Oklahoma City traded James Harden. In acquiring Victor Oladipo from the Orlando Magic, this is their attempt to remedy that.
Marvin Williams is a perfect fit for the Orlando Magic, and we believe he’ll end up there.