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|G||28||N/A||6' 2"||185 lbs||STANFORD|
|F||22||N/A||6' 6"||229 lbs||AUBURN|
|G||20||N/A||6' 2"||185 lbs||NORTH CAROLINA|
|F||23||N/A||6' 10"||230 lbs||ALABAMA|
|G-F||25||N/A||6' 6"||221 lbs||FLORIDA STATE|
|G||26||N/A||6' 4"||210 lbs||MICHIGAN STATE|
|F||22||N/A||6' 6"||221 lbs||MICHIGAN|
|F||30||N/A||6' 6"||215 lbs||LONG BEACH STATE|
|F||23||N/A||6' 11"||230 lbs||FLORIDA STATE|
|G||20||N/A||6' 3"||190 lbs||VANIER (CAN)|
|G||22||N/A||6' 3"||209 lbs||WASHINGTON|
|G||29||N/A||6' 5"||190 lbs||SYRACUSE|
|C||23||N/A||7' 0"||231 lbs||TEXAS|
|F-C||24||N/A||6' 11"||245 lbs||MICHIGAN|
|F||27||N/A||6' 8"||198 lbs||GEORGETOWN|
|G||20||N/A||6' 4"||175 lbs||N/A|
|G||26||$183,115||6' 4"||215 lbs||SOUTH CAROLINA|
|G-F||30||$12,500,000||6' 6"||206 lbs||WASHINGTON|
|C-F||22||$5,201,400||6' 10"||270 lbs||DUKE|
Action-packed is not a word you can use to describe the Orlando Magic's offseason. Not many changes were made to the squad, as the front office looks to go on another run with pretty much the same side in 2020-21.
Orlando was not involved in any trades, but they did bring in former Charlotte Hornets shooting guard Dwayne Bacon via free agency. Their most significant addition, however, came in the form of rookie Cole Anthony, who the Magic selected 15th overall in the 2020 NBA Draft. Anthony, a 6-foot-2 point guard coming out of UNC, figures to serve as Orlando's primary backup at the one spot.
The Magic did lose a number of guys in free agency including D.J. Augustin and Wes Iwundu.
In terms of player contracts, Orlando extended a couple of key players to long-term deals during the offseason.
After an injury-riddled 2019-20 campaign, highly-promising 23-year-old power forward Jonathan Isaac penned a massive $70 million extension for four years. The Magic committed their future to the 6-foot-11 big man in spite of the fact that Isaac is not expected to play this season after he underwent knee surgery in August.
Another prospect for the future for Orlando is former first overall pick Markelle Fultz, who signed a $50 million deal that will see him remain with the Magic until 2024. Unfortunately, after a strong start to the season, Fultz suffered a season-ending ACL tear, which pretty much derailed Orlando's plans for the campaign.
Rookie Cole Anthony was handed over the reins of the offense in the wake of Fultz's injury, becoming the Magic’s starting point guard. He is joined by Evan Fournier, Aaron Gordon, Dwayne Bacon, and Nikola Vucevic in the starting unit.
Coming off Orlando's bench are Terrence Ross, James Ennis, Michael Carter-Williams, Khem Birch, Gary Clark, Chuma Okeke, and Jordan Bone.