There’s an easy solution to the Orlando Magic’s crowded front court problem. Turn Aaron Gordon into Paul George.

That’s what new head coach Frank Vogel is thinking at least.

Prior to Vogel’s comments, Gordon appeared to be Orlando’s power forward of the future. With Nikola Vucevic already on the roster, the Magic went ahead and acquired Serge Ibaka and Bismack Biyombo this summer. That’s four players that could be demanding 30-plus minutes for seemingly two positions. Unless Gordon slides outside.

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“If Serge Ibaka weren’t here, Aaron Gordon would be my power forward,” Vogel said. “But Serge is here. Aaron is going to be playing [small forward]. We are going to put the ball in his hands a lot. We’re going to use him like Paul George.”

Gordon’s never been compared to George until now. Before, Blake Griffin seemed like the best case scenario for a Gordon comparison.

To imitate George, Gordon is going to have to prove he can handle the ball a lot more comfortably on the perimeter, and shoot it better. In two seasons, Gordon has attempted 1.5 threes per game while hitting just 28.9 percent of them. He’s only averaged 2.2 assists per game as well.

Gordon possesses a lot of untapped potential. Maybe he can become the next Paul George, but that seems like a longshot right now.