The Magic are looking to break an eight game losing streak against the Chicago Bulls Wednesday night. The last time the two teams met in mid-December, the Magic were healthy enough to beat the Bulls 83-82. In that game, Arron Afflalo
The Magic are coming off a rough five game roadtrip. Not only did they lose all of their five games but they also lost players to injuries. Nikola Vucevic, who leads the team in rebounds and double-doubles suffered a
The Magic will get a chance to pick up a win before having a three day holiday break. The Orlando Magic will host the New York Knicks Monday, Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. ET. The last time the two
Orlando Magic guard Arron Afflalo put on a show for Magic fans Wednesday night at the Amway Center. The Magic dug themselves into a 19 point deficit in the first half but rallied to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 94-91.
Orlando Magic’s Glen Davis went on Twitter Tuesday morning to apologize for throwing a keyboard at an Orlando motel over the weekend. TMZ posted the video of Davis in a motel lobby throwing a keyboard after he was told
One of the things the Orlando Magic want to accomplish this season is to protect their home court. So far they have been able to do just that. After starting the season with two road losses, the Magic came
The Orlando Magic (2-2) beat the Brooklyn Nets (1-2) 107-86 Sunday night at the Amway Center. They Magic’s defense has been consistent in the first three game and they did not disappoint Sunday night. They for held the Nets
Following Monday morning practice Magic head coach Jacque Vaughn announced to the media forward Tobias Harris will not play Tuesday night as Orlando travels to play the Indiana Pacers in their season opener.
The Orlando Magic trimmed their roster down to 15 players Friday night. They waived center Mickell Gladness, guard Manny Harris, forward Kris Joseph and forward Romero Osby. Solomon Jones, a Mt. Dora native was the only training camp invitee to
The Orlando Magic (2-4) beat the Detroit Pistons (2-4) 87-86 Sunday night at the Amway Center. After trailing 27-19 in the first quarter, the Magic’s stepped up in the second and third quarter and held Detroit to a combined