The Orlando Magic have an overall record of 1,188-1,289 since joining the NBA in 1989. The franchise has made the playoffs 15 times but hasn't been able to capture a title despite playing in two Finals.

Some of the best players and coaches in NBA history have been part of the Magic organization. For this piece, we'll be taking a look at the best coaches in Orlando franchise history.

3. Doc Rivers

Rivers coached the Magic for five seasons. He won 171 games in the regular season and five in the playoffs.

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Orlando made the postseason three times under Rivers but was never able to get past the first round.

Rivers' 171 regular-season wins are good for third in franchise history. He's also third on the all-time postseason wins list for Magic head coaches.

2. Stan Van Gundy

Van Gundy and Dwight Howard guided the Magic to the 2009 Finals, where the team ultimately lost to Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers in five games. That's the last Magic team to get to the Finals.

Van Gundy won a grand total of 259 regular-season games during his stint with the Magic. He's second in franchise history in wins and first in winning percentage. The Magic went 259-135 under Stan in the regular season.

Van Gundy was able to capture 31 postseason victories with the Magic. He's first in franchise history in that category as well.

1. Brian Hill

Hill coached the club for six years. Orlando made the postseason four years and reached the 1995 NBA Finals. The Magic, though, got swept by the Houston Rockets.

Hill wound up winning 267 games with the Magic, making him the winningest head coach in franchise history. His 18 playoff wins are good for second place.

The current head coach of the franchise is Steve Clifford. He was able to lead Orlando to the playoffs last season for the first time since 2012, which was the final season of the Howard era. The Magic lost to the Toronto Raptors in five games despite winning Game 1 up in Canada.

Before the 2019-20 season was suspended, Clifford and Orlando were in 8th place in the Eastern Conference standings with a record of 30-35. Clifford has won 72 games with the franchise thus far.