It’s no secret that in recent years the Orlando Magic have been working on rebuilding a successful team. This season, the task has been given to head coach Frank Vogel to get the team back to competing with the NBA’s best. With plenty of talent on the roster and a blank slate, it will be exciting to see which players step up as leaders as Orlando begins their 2016-2017 season. Is a playoff spot in their future? Perhaps, but if anything’s for certain, this will be a season you don’t want to miss. Great seats for all upcoming Orlando Magic games are available now at affordable prices, so be sure to check out the schedule and purchase your tickets today!
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An early start time gave the Orlando Magic a big advantage over the NBA’s toughest competitors, but they were still no match for the Golden State Warriors. The noon start time was essentially 9:00 A.M. for the Californians, the first time GSW has played so early in more than 20 years. For the first half, it appeared Orlando might be able to pull off a win, but as so many other teams have experienced this season, the third quarter was electric for the Warriors and the Magic couldn’t hang on, losing by 20. Orlando heads out on a three-game road trip, which kicks off this Friday in Boston. They’ll hit up Toronto on Sunday and wrap things up in Minnesota on Monday.
To the dismay of fans everywhere, the Orlando Magic lost once again on Wednesday night. They have now lost their last four matches in a row, bringing their overall record down to 16-24 and placing them a measly twelfth in the Eastern Conference. The most recent defeat came at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers on the road. Although the Magic were able to score 96 points, those efforts simply weren’t enough. The Clippers won the match with 105 of their own. The Magic are now on a lengthy road trip until Friday, January 20, when they return home to play the Milwaukee Bucks. Tickets are $17 and up.
The Orlando Magic have made no secret of their search for new talent in the ongoing trade season. With the Feb. 23 deadline looming, Orlando is in looking to make a number of changes. Most importantly, the Magic needs to create some balance in their starting lineup, and to do that one of their big men will likely be traded to the Trail Blazers, Timberwolves or the Celtics, all teams in need of a stronger forward. While the managers and coaches do all the wheeling and dealing, you can catch a couple Orlando Magic games at home this week! They’ll welcome the Hawks to the Amway Center on Jan. 4 and we have tickets on sale now for only $15.
At the beginning of last week, the Orlando Magic were reeling in momentum following their successful 4-1 road trip, but now they find themselves on shaky ground following this week’s 1-4 record. Losses at home to the No. 20 Denver Nuggets and the No. 11 Boston Celtics mean that the Magic haven’t won at home since Nov. 19. That, along with the fact that there is talk of possibly moving Mario Hezonja to the D-league, isn’t improving the mood among fans. This weekend, be sure to get to the Amway Center as the Orlando Magic try to making things right in front of their home crowd. They’ll play the Nets on Friday, Dec. 16, and the Raptors on Sunday, Dec. 18. Get tickets now!
Despite making big changes to the starting lineup, the Orlando Magic haven’t been able to improve much on their 6-11 season. After replacing Elfrid Payton with D.J. Augustin, Jeff Green with Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic with Bismack Biyombo, Orlando still lost four of the last five games. In Tuesday’s match they played extremely well against the No. 3 Spurs, however, and came away with a huge 95-83 victory. The momentum should help the Magic as they are set to play six of their next seven contests on the road. They’ll be back at the Amway Center on Wednesday, Dec. 7, to face the Celtics. Get tickets today for $14 and up.
The Orlando Magic went to Indiana on November 14 hoping to get a win for coach Frank Vogel, the man who had led the Indiana Pacers for the last five seasons. Instead, Orlando only scored 69 points on 32 percent shooting and lost the game by 19. Turnovers and poor shooting cost the Magic the game, further proving that discipline is something that Vogel needs to work on with this young team. While there’s still plenty of basketball left to play, Orlando will be out of contention soon if it doesn’t turn things around. The team will look to play with more poise when the Phoenix Suns come to town on November 23. Tickets for that game start at $12.
The Orlando Magic finally got its first win of the season against the Philadelphia 76ers on November 1. While beating Philly is nothing to write home about, Orlando was in desperate need of a win to end the team’s season-opening skid. It came down to the wire, but the Magic prevailed by a final score of 103-101. Orlando got a big game out of center Nikola Vucevic, who tallied 24 points and 14 rebounds in the win. From here, the players need to try to string a few wins together to show that the team can compete in the East. The Utah Jazz comes to town for a winnable game on November 11, with tickets starting as low as $15.
The Orlando Magic will host the Miami Heat for the team’s first game of the 2016-2017 regular season, and the Magic players are hoping that game will be very different from the preseason beat down the team just underwent. Playing in Miami, the Heat annihilated the Magic, winning by 30 points and holding Orlando to less than 80. The Magic couldn’t find any sort of rhythm and struggled to contain all of the Miami starters. For better or worse, the Orlando players won’t have time to dwell on that loss, as the teams will meet again on October 26. Tickets for that season opener are still available, starting as low as $28.
With all the roster changes made by the Orlando Magic, it’s difficult for some people to point a finger at what move might have the biggest impact on the 2016-2017 season. If you give it a little thought, you might want to pick the new head coach as the most meaningful change from a year ago. Frank Vogel experienced tremendous success in Indiana, and Orlando was wise to swoop him up as soon as the Pacers let him go. He now brings his talent and knowledge to a young team that’s ready to win, and the Magic now have the feel of a playoff contender. If you want in on the early action, the San Antonio Spurs come to Orlando for a preseason game on October 12. Tickets start at just $13.
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