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Orlando Magic Rumors & News
Orlando Sentinel Apr 21, 2017
A 54-year-old man died in February after riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. The death was revealed in quarterly reports detailing serious ride-related injuries and illnesses the major theme parks turn over to the state. The man, who had a pre-existing condition,...
Magic BasketBlog | Orlando Sentinel Apr 21, 2017
The Orlando Magic could reach out to David Griffin to gauge his interest in heading their basketball operations department once the Cleveland Cavaliers’ playoff run ends, The Vertical reported. Griffin’s contract as the Cavaliers’ general manager is scheduled to expire at the end of the season....
Magic BasketBlog | Orlando Sentinel Apr 18, 2017
The Orlando Magic’s second first-round pick in the 2017 NBA Draft will be 25th overall, a tiebreaker held Tuesday determined. The tiebreaker settled a four-way logjam between the teams that finished the regular season with the fifth-best record: the Los Angeles Clippers, Toronto Raptors, Utah Jazz...
Orlando Sentinel Apr 18, 2017
Nestled off Markham Woods Road in Seminole County, the former home of former Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard hit the market with an asking price of $4.9 million. Nisim and Esther Heletz purchased the three-acre lakefront estate, which has five bedrooms and 10,698 square feet of living space,...
Magic BasketBlog | Orlando Sentinel Apr 14, 2017
Make no mistake, what the Orlando Magic did Thursday merely ended one era in franchise history. The firing of Rob Hennigan after five seasons as general manager does not guarantee the team will play any better next season or beyond. It just means the team must make crucial decisions about its future....
Sun Herald Apr 14, 2017
Orlando Magic rebuilds give you a quick roller-coaster rush. It seems fun at first, before you start feeling nauseous and want to barf. Hang on Magic fans, and strap in …
The end of a miserable regular season has mercifully come and GM Rob Hennigan was fired today. With that in mind, let’s take a Dr. Seussian look at a nonsensical Orlando Magic season that has been about as appetizing as Green Eggs and Ham. We are Magic fans, Oh yes we are. We need to drink, We...
Boston Herald Apr 13, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando Magic have fired general manager Rob Hennigan after missing the postseason for five straight seasons.The team confirmed the dismissal on Thursday. The Magic finished this season 29-53.At 30, Hennigan was the youngest general manager in the NBA when he was hired by the Magic.Hennigan has made several questionable moves that didnt pan out during his tenure. His most recent move, trading Victor Oladipo to Oklahoma City for veteran power Serge Ibaka last summer, failed nearly from the start as the Magic went big in a small-ball era.Ibaka was under contract for only...
NBA Apr 13, 2017
The Orlando Magic have dismissed their general manager, Rob Hennigan, a move first reported by The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Rob Hennigan's tenure as the Orlando Magic's general manager is over after nearly 5 years.
The Orlando Magic fired Rob Hennigan on Thursday, ending his five-year tenure as the team’s general manager. The move occurred after the Magic finished their 2016-17 season with a 29-53 record and failed to reach the playoffs for a fifth consecutive season. Even worse, the rebuilding plan that...
Sun Herald Apr 13, 2017
The Orlando Magic fired Rob Hennigan on Thursday, ending his five-year tenure as the team's general manager. The move occurred after the Magic finished their 2016-17 season with a 29-53 …
Los Angeles Daily News Apr 13, 2017
The Orlando Magic fired general manager Rob Hennigan, saying Thursday it was time to go in a different direction after missing the playoffs for five consecutive seasons."We appreciate Rob's efforts to rebuild the team, but feel we have not made any discernible improvement over the last few years specifically," Magic CEO Alex Martins said in a statement.
CSN Philly Apr 13, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Aaron Gordon had 32 points and 12 rebounds, Elfrid Payton scored 21 points and the Orlando Magic overcame a late-run by Detroit
Orlando Sentinel Apr 12, 2017
On Wednesday night, while their starters were in the game, the Orlando Magic looked like the team they originally hoped to be during the 2016-17 season. They played solid defense. They sprinted upcourt in transition and made easy baskets. And they won a game. The Magic defeated the Detroit Pistons...
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