2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
35-47, 5th in Southeast
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Top dunks from the free throw line (1:24)
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1dZach Lowe

Will the Magic's latest reset work?

Orlando's first attempt at rebuilding didn't go as planned, and now the Magic are hoping their latest plan has them on the rocky road to becoming an Eastern Conference contender.

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New look, same lottery fate for Magic

Orlando hired Frank Vogel and shook up its roster. But ESPN's ninth annual Summer Forecast predicts the Magic will again finish 35-47, with that dropping them to 13th place in the conference. Forecast: 2016-17 East standings

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Historic backboard breaking dunks (1:16)
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No. 5 Pedro's Posse vs. No. 9 Always a Brave

Mike Bibby and Jason Williams lead Pedro's Posse. Bibby nearly had a triple-double, meanwhile, White Chocolate had 17 points and 10 assists in the opener. The supporting cast includes former Florida State guards Deividas Dulkys and Luke Loucks. TBT Super 16

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Magic's Meeks out indefinitely after foot surgery

Magic guard Jodie Meeks underwent surgery on Tuesday to stabilize the fifth metatarsal in his right foot, the bone he broke during the second game last season.

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Magic acquire guard Wilcox in trade with Clippers

The Orlando Magic have acquired third-year guard C.J. Wilcox and cash from the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Devyn Marble and a future second-round draft pick.

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12dKevin Pelton

Trade Grades: Who wins Magic-Clippers deal?

The Clippers and Magic swapped guards C.J. Wilcox and Devyn Marble on Thursday night. How did each team do in the trade? Kevin Pelton grades the deal.

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How 15-time All-Star Shaq became an ambassador in Cuba (5:59)
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14dZach Lowe

Who won and who lost in NBA free agency

After hundreds of millions of dollars were handed out, it's time to see who hit and who missed in the NBA's annual silly season.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

The story of how new Magic big man Bismack Biyombo overcame hooping shoeless, hunger and being throw into a Tanzanian jail to make it to the NBA. http://bit.ly/29vUEpj

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Aaron Gordon expects Magic to be 'tenacious defensive team' (1:03)
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Summertime = NBA stars schooling kids on the court (1:26)
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Top scorers changing teams

Kevin Durant was the NBA's No. 3 scorer last season averaging 28.2 points per game with the Thunder. The seven-time All-Star becomes the third player since 2003-04 to change teams after averaging 28 points per game in the previous season.

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NBA stars put on a clinic against little kids (1:08)
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Aaron Gordon's crossover sends child to floor

That Batman shirt won't save you, kid.

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Aaron Gordon breaks child's ankles with slick crossover (0:15)
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Kudos to Magic for keeping Fournier

With a lot of money thrown at older players to change addresses, Kevin Pelton applauds Orlando for re-signing a young talent in Evan Fournier at a reasonable price. 5-on-5 (Insider)

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.118th
Rebounds Per Game43.317th
Assists Per Game23.67th
Points Allowed103.718th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2015-163547.427
2014-152557.305
2013-142359.280
2012-132062.244
2011-123729.561