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Orlando Magic History

The Orlando Magic are relative newcomers to the NBA, as they were created as part of the NBA expansion in 1989. The team has gone on to achieve great success in their short history, forming a terrific relationship with their fans and having some of basketball's best players as part of their current and past rosters. Orlando Magic tickets have always sold tremendously well, with people all over the state of Florida being fans of the team. The fact that the team has been in the playoffs for most of the seasons in their history has also helped sell Orlando Magic tickets. The Magic have been in the playoffs in 14 out of the 23 years of their existence. That is a remarkable stat and is a record that bodes well for their future. Great trade deals and some very shrewd draft pick-ups have helped the magic over the years. The past 20 odd years have seen Orlando Magic tickets holders see great players such as Shaquille O'Neil, Steve Francis, Penny Hardaway, Rashard Lewis, Grant Hill, Tracy McGrady, and Dwight Howard all ply their trade in the famous blue and white shirts. Orlando Magic tickets were never more sought after than during the 1995 and 2009 seasons when the team became conference champions and made it to the NBA finals. Both times they were defeated, yet the fans were proud of the effort their team put into each occasion. Despite all this success, the Magic have twice been burned by their best centers leaving the team for the lure of Hollywood and the L.A. Lakers. Shaquille O'Neill and most recently Dwight Howard were both traded from the Magic to the Lakers. Shaq won multiple championships in L.A. and history tells us that there is a good chance Howard will do the same.

Amway Center and the fans

The Orlando Magic played at the Amway Arena from 1989 until the 2008-2009 season. This was their home for ten years and they endured some great times there. However, Orlando Magic tickets sold so well over the years that fans and management felt that a new arena was in order. So for the 2009-2010 season the Magic moved to the newly built Amway Center. The arena can hold 18,846 basketball fans and Orlando Magic tickets often sell out at this stadium. The Magic will be hoping for many playoff games in this stadium and fans will be wishing for the ultimate: a NBA Championship. The Orlando Magic fans are a dedicated and unique set of supporters. The team might only have existed for 23 years, yet the fan base it has built up in this time period is extraordinary. There are rarely ever Orlando Magic tickets available close to a game. Most games are sell outs as soon as tickets go on sale, especially big clashes against the Lakers or the Heat. Magic fans are also very passionate and loyal towards their players. They feel that anyone who puts on the Magic shirt has a duty to perform at great levels. However, fans have also been disappointed by players in the past. The departure of Shaquille O'Neal to the Lakers was a bitter pill to swallow for those who regularly bought Orlando Magic tickets. Fans had grown to love Shaq and they wanted him to bring a title to Orlando. Instead he went to Hollywood. A similar saga broke out recently with Dwight Howard. In return for Howard to the Lakers, the Magic have received numerous players and draft picks, as well as getting a few big contracts off their wage bill. Their new G.M., the youngest in the league, will be hoping to rebuild the side Howard left behind into eventual championship contenders.

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Orlando Magic News

2-20-15: The Orlando Magic enters the NBA’s All Star Weekend with no much to cheer about as the team has posted one of the worst records in the NBA this season with a 17-39 record. The Magic started this week by watching a pair of their own in Victor Oladipo and Elfrid Payton participate in the inaugural World vs. Team USA Rising Stars Game and score 22 points and two points respectively in the loss for Team USA. The next night Payton was back at it again as he participated in the Taco Bell Skills Competition on NBA All Star Saturday Night. Payton ran into a red hot Jeff Teague from the Atlanta Hawks and could not advance past the first round in the competition. Orlando hoped for better results in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest as Oladipo represented the Magic in the competition. In the first round Oladipo was able to garner a perfect total of 50 points with his first dunk. With his second dunk Oladipo grabbed 39 additional points which made for a total of 89 points which was good enough to send him to the finals against Zach LaVine. In the finals Oladipo’s dunk got him just 31 points as he failed to make the dunk in his three attempts while scoring 41 more points with the second dunk. Oladipo finished with 73 points in the finals which was not enough to take down LaVine for the victory. The next night NBA All Star Weekend culminated with the playing of the 2014/2015 NBA All Star Game. The All Star Game pit the best of the Eastern Conference against the best of the Western Conference in a contest that defense was thrown out the window in lieu of loads of offense. These two teams did not disappoint in the offensive department as these two teams combined for 321 points total on the night inside Madison Square Garden. Leading the way for the Western Conference was Russell Westbrook who had 41 points winning the MVP Award while James Harden added another 29 points for the West. In the East the hometown hero Carmelo Anthony had 14 points in front of his home crowd while LeBron James led the way with 30 points. It was not enough for Carmelo and LeBron in the contest as the Western Conference once again showed its dominance in a 163-158 victory over the Eastern Conference in the 2015 NBA All Star Game. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 17-39. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home in Orlando all week to play host to the New Orleans Pelicans, the Philadelphia 76ers and the Miami Heat.

2-9-15: The Orlando Magic came into the week still sitting as one of the cellar dwellers in the Eastern Conference this season posting a 15-34 record. The Magic started this week by staying at home in Orlando to play host to Monta Ellis and the Dallas Mavericks. During the contest Dallas shot an impressive 57% from the field as a team as the Mavericks were able to take down the Magic by the final score of 108-93. The Mavericks hot shooting hand was led by 25 points from Monta Ellis Tyson Chandler added 20 points in the victory for Dallas. Meanwhile the Magic stuck around behind 17 points and 16 rebounds from Nikola Vucevic but it was not enough in the loss for Orlando. For the Magic’s next contest the team made the trip out to Oklahoma City to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder. During the contest Russell Westbrook went off for a triple-double en route to a 104-97 victory for Oklahoma City over Orlando. Westbrook finished with 25 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists for the Thunder picking up much of the scoring slack left from Kevin Durant in the win. In the loss Victor Oladipo led the Magic with 22 points while Tobias Harris added four assists but it was not enough in the loss for Orlando. For Orlando’s next contest the team made the trip to San Antonio to take on Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs. During the game San Antonio enjoyed a double-double from Tim Duncan and enjoyed an easy going 110-103 victory over the Magic. Duncan finished the night with 26 points and 10 rebounds while Manu Ginobili added 10 assists in the victory for San Antonio. Meanwhile Nikola Vucevic had a double-double of his own scoring 25 points and grabbing 13 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Orlando. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 15-37. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home in Orlando to host a pair of games against the Los Angeles Lakers and the Chicago Bulls before traveling to Washington to take on the Washington Wizards. The Magic will then return home to Orlando to finish their week off playing host to the New York Knicks.

1-29-15: The Orlando Magic struggled once again last week dropping games and dropping their overall record to 15-27 on the 2014/2015 NBA season. The Magic started this week by staying home in Orlando to play host to Marc Gasol, Mike Conley and the rest of the Memphis Grizzlies. During the contest both the Magic and the Grizzlies shot 46% from the field but the rebounding superiority from Memphis decided the contest. The Grizzlies grabbed eight more rebounds than the Magic as the team was led by 21 points from Jeff Green and 16 rebounds from Marc Gasol. Meanwhile the Magic’s attack was led by 22 points from Elfrid Payton but the extra rebounds led to extra shots for Memphis in the 106-96 victory for the Grizzlies. For the Magic’s next contest the team made the trip back home to Orlando to play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder. During the contest Oklahoma City came out of the gates firing on all cylinders posting 79 points at halftime to Orlando’s 45 points. The Magic did make up a bit of the deficit in the second half behind Victor Oladipo’s 23 points and Nikola Vucevic’s 7 rebounds but it was not enough in the 127-99 loss to the Thunder. In the victory Kevin Durant narrowly missed a triple-double scoring 21 points, grabbing 11 rebounds and dishing out 8 assists. For the Magic’s next contest the team traveled to Detroit to take on a tough Eastern Conference foe in the Detroit Pistons on the road. During the contest the Pistons and the Magic traded buckets for most of the night in a game that quickly became a shootout. Detroit scored no less than 30 points in a single quarter en route to an easy victory over Orlando by the final score of 128-118. Orlando scored just 48 points in the first half and could not overcome a big Detroit lead led by Andre Drummond’s 26 points and 17 rebounds on the night. Nikola Vucevic led Orlando with 26 points and 15 rebounds but it was not nearly enough in the loss to Detroit. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 15-30. Get your tickets for next week as the team travels to New York to take on the New York Knicks before returning to Orlando to play host to the Indiana Pacers. Orlando will then travel to Memphis to take on the Memphis Grizzlies before returning home to finish their week off when the team plays host to the Milwaukee Bucks.

1-12-15: The Orlando Magic came into the week reeling off another bad week that left their overall record on the season at 13-22. The Magic started this week by staying home inside Orlando to play host to their foes in the Brooklyn Nets. During the game Brooklyn used 57% shooting and 18 points with 9 rebounds from Mason Plumlee in a 100-98 victory over the Magic. Orlando kept things close knocking down four more three pointers behind 17 points from Victor Oladipo but it was not enough in the loss to the Nets. The very next night the Magic were back on the court at home in Orlando playing host to the Charlotte Hornets. During the game the Hornets used 45% shooting from the field and 30 points from Kemba Walker in a 98-90 victory over the Magic. Charlotte held Orlando to just 38% shooting while dominating the rebounding glass in an easy victory for the Hornets. The Magic’s attack was led by21 points from Victor Oladipo but it was not enough in the loss to Charlotte. For the Magic’s next contest the team had to travel to Denver to take on a tough Denver Nuggets team on the road. During the contest the Orlando Magic had a sluggish start to the game that ultimately buried the team for the night. Orlando managed just 39 points at halftime and 58 points after three quarters in a 93-90 loss to the Nuggets. Denver’s attack was led by Ty Lawson’s 23 points night as the Nuggets edged the Magic. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 13-25. Get your tickets for next week as the team plays a trio of games on the road against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Portland Trail Blazers and the Chicago Bulls before heading back home to finish their week off against the Houston Rockets.

1-2-15: The Orlando Magic 2014/2015 season to date has not gone according to plan as the team has one of the worst records in all of the Eastern Conference posting an 11-20 overall record. The Magic started this week by staying home in Orlando to play host to LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers. During the contest the game was evenly matched in most categories except for the free throw line where the matchup was ultimately decided. The Cavaliers led by 29 points from LeBron James were able to knock down 24-26 attempts from the charity stripe during the contest while Orlando managed just 8-12 free throw shots. Tobias Harris had 16 points for the Magic but it was not enough as the Cavaliers went on to easily beat Orlando by the score of 98-89. The Magic were back at it again the very next night when the team traveled to Charlotte to take on Charlotte Hornets. During the contest the Magic shot 46% from the field while holding Charlotte to just 42% in a closely contested game. Kemba Walker led all scorers with 42 points in the game for Charlotte but Nikola Vucevic’s 22 points and 11 rebounds proved to be too much for the Hornets. Vucevic and the Magic went on to defeat the Hornet’s despite Walker’s big night by the score of 102-94. The Magic looked to start a winning streak in their next contest when the team traveled to Miami to take on the Miami Heat. During the contest the two teams played each other tough in what turned out to be a close and comparable game. Both teams shot above 50% on the night and had comparable stats across the box score as the game came down to the final seconds. The score was tied entering the fourth quarter before Nikola Vucevic’s 26 points and 9 rebounds were just enough in a 102-101 victory over the Heat. The Magic looked to keep their winning streak going in their next contest when the team traveled home to Orlando to take on the Detroit Pistons. During the contest the Pistons dominated the rebounding glass and dominated the game all night long over the Magic. Detroit pulled down 12 more rebounds in the contest which led to 34 points for Jodie Meeks which led all scorers in the contest. Orlando countered with three different players scoring in double figures but it was not enough in a 109-86 loss to the Pistons. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 13-22. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Brooklyn Nets and the Charlotte Hornets before finishing their week out on the road against the Denver Nuggets.

12-22-14: The Orlando Magic start to the 2014/2015 season has not gone according to plan as the team has struggled while posting a 9-15 record. The Magic started this week by traveling to Atlanta to take on their Eastern Conference foes the Atlanta Hawks. During the contest the Magic actually outshot the Hawks in the contest but the difference came on the free throw line. The Hawks, led by 23 points from Paul Millsap, knocked down 20-27 free throw attempts while the Magic, led by 21 points from Victor Oladipo, managed just 12-16 from the charity stripe. The extra trips to the line were essential in the Hawks 87-81 victory over the Magic. These same two teams were at it again the very next night but this time Orlando was the host and Atlanta was the visitor. During the contest the Magic shot 50% from the field while holding Atlanta to just 42% from the field which Orlando had to feel good about. The Hawks kept things close in the contest with better rebounding than Orlando along with better discipline and less turnovers. Atlanta actually led Orlando early behind 24 points from Jeff Teague but it was not enough in a 100-99 loss to the Magic. Orlando was led by 20 points from Tobias Harris in the narrow victory over the Hawks avenging their loss to this same team the night before. The Magic looked to make it two in a row in their next contest when the team traveled to Toronto to take on the Toronto Raptors. During the contest the Raptors used their superiority shooting from beyond the arc and from the free throw line to their advantage over the Magic. Orlando shot just 27% from three point land while knocking down just six free throws while the Raptors nailed down 37% from their three point shots while knocking down 10 free throws in a 95-82 victory. Toronto’s leading scorer in the contest Louis Williams who scored 18 points in the victory while Orlando’s Tobias Harris scored 18 as well in the loss for the Magic. Orlando hoped for better results in their next contest when the team traveled to Boston to take on the Boston Celtics. During the contest Boston shot 55% from the field 18 points from Brandon Bass and 16 points each from Jared Sullinger and Jeff Green. Meanwhile Orlando managed just 44% shooting from the field behind 17 points from Tobias Harris. After the game Celtics guard Rajon Rondo was traded to the Dallas Mavericks and his Boston teammates got him a 109-92 victory in his final game over Orlando. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 10-18. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to play host to the Utah Jazz, the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics in Orlando.

12-15-14: The Orlando Magic have been one of the worst teams in the NBA in this still young 2014/2015 NBA campaign as the team has started the new season posting a 7-14 record. The Magic started this week by traveling to Utah to take on the Utah Jazz from the Western Conference. During the contest these two teams had comparable shooting percentages, three point percentages and rebound totals which made for a close game between the two teams. Tobias Harris led all Magic scorers with 22 points only for a comparable performance from Utah’s leading scorer Derrick Favors who finished with 21 points. The difference in the contest came on the free throw line Orlando took care of business on the line going 17-20 while Utah struggled from the line going 13-21. Those four missed free throws along with a slightly better shooting percentage from the Magic led to a 98-93 victory over the Jazz. Orlando was back at it the very next night as the team traveled to Sacramento to take on the Sacramento Kings. During the contest the Magic came out of the gates with the hot hand posting 52 points in the first half behind strong performances from Tobias Harris and Victor Oladio. Harris finished with 27 points leading all scorers while the Magic finished shooting 51% from the field. Sacramento was led by 22 points from Darren Collison but it was not enough as the Kings 44% shooting percentage fell just short in a 105-96 loss to the Magic. Orlando finished their week back at home when the team played host to the Washington Wizards. During the contest the Wizards shot above 50% on the night while holding the Magic to just 45% shooting from the field. The Magic star player Tobias Harris was held to just 15 points in the contest while Washington’s John Wall led all scorers with 21 points in a 91-89 victory for the Wizards. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 9-15. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team plays a home and home series against the Orlando Magic. The first game is played at home in Atlanta before the two teams travel to Orlando to complete the series. Orlando will finish their week out on the road taking on the Toronto Raptors and the Boston Celtics.

12-5-14: The Orlando Magic have been one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference this season as the team has only been able to post a 6-11 record in the first five weeks of the new NBA season. The Magic started this week by packing their bags and traveling to Indiana to take on the Indiana Pacers in a road contest. During the contest the Pacers absolutely dominated the offensive and defensive rebounding as Indiana brought down 21 more rebounds than the Magic. Those extra opportunities led to 24 more shooting opportunities which ended up being the difference in the contest. Both the Magic and the Pacers shot 44% of the field but the extra shot attempts led Indiana to a 98-83 victory over Orlando. In the Magic’s next contest the team was once again out on the road facing off with the Phoenix Suns in Phoenix. During the contest the Magic held down the Suns in the first half and for much of the third quarter as the Orlando defense was on full display. The Suns had just 58 points entering the fourth quarter before Goran Dragic and company staged an epic fourth quarter comeback. Tobias Harris and his Magic teammates were too much in the end as Orlando narrowly edged the Suns by the score of 93-90. The Magic looked to keep things going in their next contest when the team traveled to Golden State to take on the red hot and NBA’s best record in the Golden State Warriors. During the contest the Warriors used a huge second quarter to propel the team for the rest of the game as most stats in the matchup were comparable for both teams. Orlando used a big third quarter to climb back into the contest and erase the Warrior’s second quarter outburst before allowing Stephen Curry and Golden State back into the contest in the fourth. The game went down to the final buzzer and when all was said and done the Warriors had won their 10th game in a row as the team narrowly beat the Magic by the score of 98-97. The Magic looked to end their week on a high note in their next contest when the team traveled to Los Angeles to take on the Los Angeles Clippers. During the contest the Clippers dominated much of the contest as the team finished with a better shooting percentage, more rebounds and assists, a better free throw percentage and a better three point shooting night. The Magic had no answer for Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan as the Clippers easily took care of Orlando by the score of 114-86. Tobias Harris led all Magic players with 16 points but it was not nearly enough in the loss to the Clippers. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 7-14. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team sets out on the road to face off with the Utah Jazz and the Sacramento Kings before coming back home to play host to the Washington Wizards to finish the week.

11-21-14: The Orlando Magic start to the 2014/2015 season can be described as uneventful as the team has started the campaign with a mediocre 3-6 record. The Magic started this week by playing host to the Milwaukee Bucks in a home game in Orlando. In the game Brandon Knight’s 24 points and Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 19 points were not enough as the Magic easily beat the Bucks by the score of 101-85. In the victory the Magic were led by 26 points and 10 rebounds from Tobias Harris and the team’s 46% shooting percentage from three point land. The next night the Magic were in Washington taking on the Washington Wizards in a road game for Orlando. In the game a pair of Washington players had 16 points each to lead the Wizards while four others scored in double digits in the contest. The Magic were led by 19 points from Tobias Harris but it was not enough as the Wizards winning ways continues in a 98-93 victory over the Magic. Orlando was back at it two nights later in Washington as the team was playing a road game against the Washington Wizards. In the game Caron Butler led the Pistons with 20 points but as a team Detroit shot just 40% from the field in a 107-93 loss to the Magic. Orlando was led by 25 points from Nikola Vucevic and 24 points from Tobias Harris as the team shot 52% from the field in the victory. The Magic finished their week off by welcoming Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers to Orlando in a home game. In the contest the home team Magic were led by 25 points from Tobias Harris while Nikola Vucevic added 19 points and 14 rebounds for Orlando. The Clippers Blake Griffin and Jamal Crawford combined for 42 points while Los Angeles went on to easily beat the Magic by the score of 114-90. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 5-8. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team travels to Charlotte to take on the Charlotte Hornets before heading back home to host the Miami Heat. Orlando will then travel to Cleveland for a road contest before finishing their week back at home hosting the Golden State Warriors.

11-18-14: The Orlando Magic have not had a great start to their 2014/2015 season as the team has posted a less than stellar 5-8 record to start the new campaign. The Magic started this week by traveling to Charlotte to take on Michael Jordan’s Charlotte Hornets on the road. In the contest six Magic players scored in double figures including Evan Fournier who led all Orlando players with 21 points in the contest. Meanwhile Charlotte was led by Al Jefferson who led all scorers with 24 points in the contest but it was not enough as the Magic edged the Hornets by the score of 105-100. Orlando was at it the very next night when the Magic were back at home hosting the Miami Heat. The Heat were still without Dwyane Wade in this contest but Chris Bosh more than picked up the scoring slack finishing with 32 points and 10 rebounds while Mario Chalmers added 24 points in a 99-92 victory for Miami. Orlando’s Nikola Vucevic did his part scoring 33 points and grabbing 17 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for the Magic. Orlando looked for a better result in their next game when the Magic traveled to Cleveland to take on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James did his part in the contest as the Cavs forward led all scorers with 29 points while adding 11 assists in a 106-74 blowout for Cleveland. Orlando’s Victor Oladipo scored 22 points and grabbed 9 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for the Magic in Cleveland. In the Magic’s final game of the week the team was back at home hosting the Golden State Warriors in Orlando. During the game Orlando was led by 16 points from Tobias Harris on a cold night of shooting from the Magic. Orlando was held to just 41% shooting and 30% shooting from beyond the arc as the team fell to the Warriors by the score of 111-96. The Warriors were led by Stephen Curry’s 28 points while Golden State shot 52% as a team in the victory. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 6-11. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team travels out on the road to face off with the Indiana Pacers, the Phoenix Suns, the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers.

11-14-14: The Orlando Magic had a horrible start to their 2014/2015 campaign as the team put up a 1-4 record to start their season. The Magic started this week by hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves at home in a high scoring contest. The Magic’s Evan Fournier set the tone with 20 points while Tobias Harris added 17 as two of six Orlando players to score in double digits. The Timberwolves played all 15 of their players on the active roster in this contest and were led offensively by 21 points from Kevin Martin. Martin’s efforts were not enough for Minnesota as the Timberwolves went on to lose this game to the Magic by the score of 112-103. Orlando left Minnesota with the victory and headed to Brooklyn to take on the Nets in their next contest. In the game Nikola Vucevic led the way for the Magic with 27 points while Evan Fournier chipped in 19 points but it wasn’t enough. Brooklyn’s Bojan Bogdanovic led the Nets with 22 points while Deron Williams added 18 in a 104-96 victory over the Orlando Magic. The Magic looked to bounce back in their next contest against a tough opponent in the Toronto Raptors on the road. In the game six Raptors players scored in double figures including their leading scorer Kyle Lowry scoring 19 points while snagging six rebounds and dishing seven assists in the contest. The Magic countered with offensive outbursts from Evan Fournier who scored 24 points and Tobias Harris who scored 23 points but it wasn’t enough as the Raptors took down the Magic by the score of 104-100. Orlando finished their week off by hosting the New York Knicks at home. In the contest it was the same old story of this season for the Knicks as Carmelo Anthony led the team in scoring with 27 points but received little help offensively from the rest of his team as the Knicks fell to the Magic by the score of 97-95. Evan Fournier scored 28 points for the Magic while Nikola Vucevic added 20 points in the Magic victory. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 3-6. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team hosts the Milwaukee Bucks at home before setting out on the road to face off with the Washington Wizards and the Detroit Pistons. Orlando will finish off their week by facing off with the Los Angeles Clippers at home.

11-7-14: The Orlando Magic started their 2014/2015 season off last week by losing to both the New Orleans Pelicans and the Washington Wizards to start their season 0-2. With the 2014/2015 season entering its first full week the Magic headed home to host the team that was the best in the preseason in the Toronto Raptors. In the game DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry led the way for the Raptors as Toronto handedly beat the Magic by the score of 108-95. Orlando still looking for their first victory of the season then headed to Chicago to take on the Chicago Bulls. This was an evenly matched game offensively, defensively, and on the boards as most stats in the box score were comparable. In fact both teams were led by players scoring 21 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. The difference in the contest was the free throw line as Orlando only shot 8-14 and 57.1% from the charity stripe while Chicago went 21-27 and 77.8% from the line. In the end Chicago beat the Magic by the score of 98-90 thanks to all those extra free throws. Orlando finished their week off by traveling to Philadelphia to take on the winless 76ers. During the contest Philadelphia’s Tony Wroten led the Sixers in scoring with 27 points while Brandon Davies chipped in 20 points while Orlando’s scoring attack was led by Tobias Harris’ 18 points. The Magic had five players score in double figures in the game while only three members of the Sixers achieved the same feat. Philadelphia dropped their fifth straight game in this contest as the Magic went on to win the game by the score of 91-89. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 1-4. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team host the Milwaukee Bucks at home before heading out on the road for three consecutive road games against the Brooklyn Nets, Toronto Raptors, and the New York Knicks.

10-31-14: The Orlando Magic tipped off the 2014-2015 season by facing off with the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night after Orlando went 4-4 in the preseason. In the offseason the Magic lost Victor Oladipo due to a facial fracture that required surgery. Oladipo is expected to be out at least a month after the surgery that was deemed successful by team doctors. This injury hurts the franchise since the Magic owe the most money in the league to players that are no longer on the team. Orlando owes a reported $14.2 million to players that aren’t on the 15 man roster and that number is expected to rise after the partial guarantees to camp invitees. Luckily for the Magic the number does not include the money still being paid to Gilbert Arenas as his contract does not count against the cap. The cash and cap strapped Magic faced off with the New Orleans Pelicans to tip off the 2014/2015 season on the road. The Pelicans were led by Anthony Davis’ 26 points and Ryan Anderson’s 22 points in New Orleans 101-84 victory over the Magic. Tobias Harris led the way for the Magic in the loss with 25 points but had little offensive help from his teammates in the contest. The Magic had a chance at redemption two nights later as the team hosted the Washington Wizards at home. Orlando faced the same result on a different night as Washington took down the Magic by the score of 105-98 to drop their record to 0-2 on the young season. Get your Magic tickets for next week as the team hosts the Toronto Raptors before traveling out on the road to take on the Chicago Bulls and the Philadelphia 76ers.

10-29-14: The departure of Jameer Nelson to the Mavericks has left the Magic lacking a considerable amount of veteran talent, but the team will still have high ticket prices at home on the secondary market this season. The average secondary price for Magic tickets is $160.09, an increase of 66.8% from last season’s average of $95.96. The Magic’s top-priced home game at the Amway Center will be against the Cavaliers on December 26, with an average price currently listed at $357.23 and a get-in price of $88.

10-24-14: The Orlando Magic won just 23 games last season and finished 13th in the Eastern Conference. They’ll rely heavily on center Nikola Vucevic, who recently signed a four-year $54 million contract extension. The Magic have struggled since waving goodbye to superstar Dwight Howard two seasons ago and have failed to post a .500 record and playoff berth since the 2011-2012 season.

10-15-14: The Orlando Magic kicked off their preseason schedule on Oct 7 with a 108-101 OT win over the Miami Heat, followed by a 96-93 win over the Indiana Pacers, and dropping their last outing a 99-97 loss to the Charlotte Hornets. The Magic will now get ready to play Flamengo tonight at the Amway Center with four more preseason games to go, meetings with Detroit, Philadelphia, Houston, and close out their preseason schedule against Dallas before kicking off their regular season on the road against the New Orleans Pelicans on Oct 28.

10-8-14: The Orlando Magic kicked off their preseason last night losing to the Miami Heat in overtime. Orlando will now travel to Bankers Life Fieldhouse to take on the Indiana Pacers this Friday, followed by and October 13 matchup with the Charlotte Hornets, a October 15 meeting with Flamengo, and remaining matchups with the Pistons, 76ers, Rockets, and Mavericks to finish out their preseason schedule. Orlando are coming off a rough season and have a lot of young guys on their roster with talent, but are expected to be lottery team again this season as they are slowly rebuilding their roster.

9-22-14: Rob Hannigan, the young general manager of the Orlando Magic has been carefully constructing his rebuild of the team since Dwight Howard’s departure in the summer of 2012. Now two years later the team looks poised to be a surprise team in the East. With two lottery picks in power forward Aaron Gordon and point guard Elfrid Payton Hannigan and coach Jacque Vaughn look to pair them with Tobias Harris, Victor Oladipo, and Nikola Vucevic to round out their young squad. Hannigan supplemented his bench with veterans including Channing Frye, Ben Gordan, and Luke Ridnour. Expect this new Orlando team to try and sneak in to that 8th seed.    

8-13-14: The Orlando Magic have made some changes to their roster this offseason with drafting three players and letting go their 10 year veteran player Jameer Nelson, while adding Ben Gordon that did raise a few eyebrows. Magic GM Rob Hennigan has made some surprising moves who was expected to have a quiet offseason by adding even more young talent to the roster while trading away Arron Afflalo for Evan Fournier and a draft pick.

Orlando Magic 2014 Draft Overview

Round 1, Pick 4, Aaron Gordon, PF, Arizona
Round 1, Pick 10, Elfrid Payton, PG, Louisiana-Lafayette (via trade with Philadelphia
76ers) Round 2, Pick 56, Roy Devyn Marble, SF, Iowa (via trade with Denver Nuggets)

4-7-14: The Magic finished a four-game homestand this past week. Orlando faced three opponents from the Eastern Conference and posted a 1-2 record. In Friday’s 110-105 overtime win over the Charlotte Bobcats, Eastern Conference Player of the Week Nikola Vucevic exploded for 24 points and 23 rebounds. On Sunday, the Magic fought hard, but fell to the Toronto Raptors by five points. Unfortunately, Wednesday’s contest was not as close. The Magic hosted the Cleveland Cavaliers, who got Kyrie Irving back from injury. He and Dion Waiters were too much for Orlando too handle as the Cavaliers beat the Magic, 119-98.

4-1-14: The Magic had an interesting week against the Western Conference. Orlando faced two lottery teams and one playoff team, but oddly lost to the lottery teams and beat the playoff team. Orlando finished its four-game road trip on the West Coast with losses at the hands of the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Lakers. Although the Magic fell to 33 games below .500 with those losses, the team’s spirits were not low on Tuesday. Orlando took on the Portland Trail Blazers, and Tobias Harris had a fantastic night. His game-high 25 points led the Magic to the 95-85 win.

3-24-14: The 76ers are not the only team with a lengthy losing streak. The Magic played three games this past week and lost them all, pushing the team’s losing streak to seven games. On Friday, Orlando finished a quick homestand with a 105-101 overtime loss to the Washington Wizards. Then, the Magic began a four-game road trip on the West Coast. Tuesday’s contest was against the Golden State Warriors: the Magic fell by 14 points that night. Orlando finished the back-to-back set in Phoenix. Nikola Vucevic was ejected in the first quarter of that game, and the Magic lost, 109-93.

3-17-14: The Magic had a frustrating week on the basketball court. Orlando played three games and lost each of them. All three contests ended with single-digit margins, but the Magic could not emerge victorious in any of them. On Saturday in San Antonio, Tobias Harris scored a team-high 23 points off the bench for Orlando, but it was not enough as the Spurs won, 121-112. Then on Monday, Victor Oladipo was productive in his return from his ankle injury: he scored 12 points on very efficient shooting. Unfortunately, that came in the Magic’s seven-point loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. On Wednesday, Orlando hosted Denver and fell, 120-112.

3-10-14: The Magic had a predictable week, as the team faced two of the league’s best teams and the NBA’s worst squad. On Saturday at Miami, Kyle O’Quinn posted a double-double, but Orlando fell by 14 points. Then, Tobias Harris exploded on Sunday against the Philadelphia 76ers. He scored a game-high 31 points en route to the 92-81 Magic victory, the team’s second win in the last three games. Wednesday was an interesting night at Amway Arena as Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets were in town. The Magic fans booed Howard as the organization celebrated his eight seasons in an Orlando uniform with a video tribute. Howard amassed 19 points and a game-high 13 rebounds in the Rockets’ 101-89 win.

3-3-14: The Magic had a solid week considering how the team’s schedule was tightly packed. Orlando played just one home game and it was after returning from a two-game road trip. That contest was on Friday as the Magic hosted the Knicks. The teams went to double-overtime and Orlando emerged victorious in the hard-fought game. Victor Oladipo put up 30 points, 14 assists and nine rebounds in his throwback Magic jersey. Unfortunately, Arron Afflalo sprained his right ankle and missed the rest of the week’s games. Orlando proceeded to lose its next two contests to move its losing streak to 16 straight road games. Then, the Magic stopped the skid by winning in Philadelphia, 101-90.

2-24-14: After having a strong week, the Magic headed into the All-Star weekend with a couple of representatives. Rookie of the Year candidate Victor Oladipo started for Team Webber in the Rising Stars Challenge and contributed 13 points on 6-of-10 shooting. Then, the following night, he participated in the skills challenge with Michael Carter-Williams and made it to the finals. After Oladipo stepped off the Smoothie King Center floor, Arron Afflalo took part in the 3-Point Shootout. Afflalo’s outside shot heated up this past week as he made 5-of-10 from deep in the two games since All-Star weekend. However, the Magic dropped the contests to the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers.

2-21-14: The Magic and forward Glen “Big Baby” Davis have agreeed to terms of a buyout from his contract. Davis was set to make $6.6 million next season after signing a $25. 7 million deal with the team in 2011. Davis is the second veteran bought out by the Magic this season, they let Hedo Turkoglu walk in January.

2-18-14: What a week it was for the Magic. Orlando, a team that has struggled against strong teams this season, put on a show for its home crowd. Jacque Vaughn’s squad completed a four-game homestand with a 3-1 record and matched its longest winning streak of the season. On Friday, Tobias Harris’ fastbreak buzzer-beating dunk lifted the Magic past the Oklahoma City Thunder, the best team in the Western Conference. Then on Sunday, Victor Oladipo fought off his ankle injury to score a team-high 23 points in Orlando’s double-digit comeback win over the Indiana Pacers, the Eastern Conference’s best squad. Although the Magic fell to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday, it was still an encouraging week for Orlando.

2-10-14: Nicola Vucevic has been looking very good in his five games since he returned from a concussion, as he has scored more than 10 points in each of those contests. Surprisingly, the Magic’s two wins in that span have come in the only two games that he did not record a double-double. He has played in just 33 games this season and has a hefty total of 19 double-doubles. Vucevic’s team-friendly contract will help them build towards the future, but right now Orlando has to work on its road record. They were perfect at the Amway Center this past week, but were winless away from home.

2-4-14: Orlando has been able to muster only two victories without Nicola Vucevic this season, but one of them came against the Los Angeles Lakers in Orlando on Friday evening. In his alternate Magic uniform, Tobias Harris had a stellar game, as he became the first Orlando player to register a double-double in the first half during the 2013-14 season. He led all players that night in scoring and rebounding, as he recorded 28 points and a career-high 20 boards. Then, after losses in New Orleans and Detroit, the Magic welcomed back center Vucevic to the starting lineup on Wednesday at Toronto. Although Orlando fell to the Raptors, Vucevic added another double-double to his season total.

1-27-14: There it is: the Magic’s first win in 2014. On Sunday, the Celtics entered the Amway Center, and Orlando rode a 35-point second quarter to defeat Boston. In his second game back from his foot injury, Arron Afflalo scored 20 points and matched his career-high with 13 rebounds against the Celtics. Jacque Vaughn only played seven players that night, but five of them scored double-digit points, including former Celtic Glen Davis. Orlando’s shallow frontcourt was one of the reasons for the team’s 1-3 record this past week. The organization is still waiting for Nikola Vucevic, the team leader in rebounding, to pass concussion protocol.

1-20-14: Orlando has now lost nine consecutive games, the longest current losing streak in the NBA and just two losses away from tying the longest one in the league this season. Nikola Vucevic has missed each of the last five contests, as he is still recovering from his concussion. Arron Afflalo also missed three games this past week with a foot injury. On the bright side, Tobias Harris matched his season-high with 22 points on Saturday in Orlando’s loss at Denver. Then on Wednesday, the Magic forced triple-overtime against the Bulls, and Victor Oladipo put up a career-high 35 points that night.

1-7-14: This past week, the Magic put together a winning streak of at least two games for just the third time this season. Behind two solid games from Arron Afflalo, Orlando scored exactly 109 points in Friday’s win over the Detroit Pistons and Sunday’s victory over the Atlanta Hawks. In addition, Nikola Vucevic led all players in rebounds in each of those games. However, Vucevic suffered an ankle injury in the first quarter in the Magic’s 13-point loss to the Golden State Warriors. The big man from Switzerland then sat out Thursday’s game at Cleveland, and the Magic fell again.

12-30-13: The Magic had just two games this past week, both of which were played at the Amway Center in Orlando. Unfortunately, the beginning of the team’s six-game homestand has not gone so well. They have already dropped games to three of the worst teams in the league: the Utah Jazz, Sacramento Kings and New York Knicks. However, they lost the three contests by a combined 14 points. In addition, Arron Afflalo kept up his hot streak. He scored more than 25 points in consecutive home games for the first time in his career. The 28-year California native is deserving of an all-star nod as he has been one of the league’s best offensive players this season.

12-22-13: It was another frustrating week for the Orlando basketball team, in which it could only muster one win in four tries. The Magic dropped games to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz, but did sneak out a one-point victory at the United Center on the second night of a back-to-back. After losing by just three points in Oklahoma City on Sunday, the Magic got double-doubles from both Glen Davis and Nicola Vucevic en route to the Monday night victory over the Bulls. Then, an illness sidelined Arron Afflalo on Wednesday, but Vucevic extended his streak of consecutive double-double games to three contests.

12-13-13: The Magic’s recent road trip did not go so well. Orlando lost to the New York Knicks and Memphis Grizzlies, which pushed the team’s losing streak to a season-long six games. However, the Magic finally ended the skid with a victory in Charlotte. Jameer Nelson and Glen Davis led the way with 17 points each, as there were seven different Magic players with double-digit points that night. In addition, Nikola Vucevic grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds. Arron Afflalo and Victor Oladipo have also been contributing to this team, and they hope to continue to for many years to come.

12-6-13: Arron Afflalo’s career-high 43 points on Tuesday were not enough for the Magic to win in Philadelphia. In 2013-14, Afflalo is on pace for his best scoring output for a season by a large margin. Not too many people expected Afflalo to crack the top ten in scoring for a season. However, it is still going to be difficult for the Magic to rack up wins. Orlando has lost its last three games by an average of more than 12 points per contest, so second-year coach Jacque Vaughn will have to remain patient with his young team.

11-28-13: The Orlando Magic welcomed Glen Davis and Tobias Harris back to the team’s lineup this week and the presence of Big Baby has seen them pull in back-to-back wins. While Baby’s physical play has been a huge help to Orlando on both ends of the floor, the team got bad news regarding Tobias Harris after he returned for just one game. After debuting against the Phoenix Suns last Sunday, Harris was slated to be in the starting lineup on Tuesday against the Atlanta Hawks. However, Harris was a late scratch due to soreness in his previously sprained left ankle and is back to being sidelined indefinitely. At 6-9 on the year, the Magic are set to start out a very tough December – with eight of their next 10 games on the road.

11-22-13: Positive: Arron Afflalo has average 30.3 ppg over the last three games. Negative: Victor Oladipo is second in the NBA with 48 turnovers, including 17 in the last two games. Positive: Orlando started the season 3-2, almost 4-1 if not for a miracle Kevin Love shot. Negative: Orlando has lost five of their last six games. Sitting at 4-7 and reeling from a blowout loss to the Miami Heat, the Magic are in desperate need of a meaningful win. Encouraging signs are coming however, as Tobias Harris and Glen Davis have both returned to practicing with the team and both could be back on the court in the next week.

11-15-13: The Magic used a gritty win over the Milwaukee Bucks to stop the bleeding in week three, as they got to 4-5 after nine games. Arron Afflalo was the star of the night on Wednesday, as he scored a career high 36 points and held pace as the Magic’s top scorer on the year. Despite their youth across the board, Orlando remains an extremely competitive team in 2013 with their sights set on getting over the .500 hump in week four and beyond.

11-8-13: The Orlando Magic were supposed to be a team to beat down on in 2013. They didn’t get the memo. Center Nikola Vucevic has absolutely beasted out to start the season, while young players have offered up timely offense to help the Magic kick off 2013 with a stellar 3-2 start. After two understandable losses to the Pacers (5-0) and the Timberwolves (3-2), the Magic have won three straight and suddenly have Orlando folk thinking playoffs.

11-1-13: The 2013-14 season is Jacque Vaughn’s second one as the head coach in Orlando. Although the Magic only had 20 wins last season, this team has a large amount of young talent. The organization did not make too many moves during the offseason with the exception of signing Justin Maxiell, who begins the regular season as the starting power forward. Although rookie Victor Oladipo is not starting, he had a strong preseason and has a chance at being the NBA Rookie of the Year. The Indiana University product has an all-around game that will make Magic fans very happy that he is playing for their franchise.

10-21-13: The Orlando Magic have assembled a good nucleus of young talent in Maurice Harkless E’Twaun Moore and second overall pick Victor Oladipo, all of whom have been averaging double digits this preseason. This preseason the Magic have struggled a bit which is to be expected when you have such a young team trying to develop a rapport with one another as they have a record of 2-4. Orlando has two games left this preseason before they begin regular season play; October 22 @ San Antonio and October 25 vs New Orleans.

8-23-13: After completely blowing up the roster over the last 12 months, the Orlando Magic had a quiet offseason. The only major addition for the upcoming season comes by way of the number two overall draft pick, guard Victor Oladipo. Fans will fall in love with Oladipo’s energy from the first time they see him. Orlando also added a few veteran pieces by way of Ronnie Price and Jason Maxiell to help mold the team’s youth. The Magic also had a $17.8M trade exception that expired, unused, on August 10th.

Dwight Howard returned to Orlando for just one game last season, and he’ll make just trip to Orlando this season. The Houston Rockets will visit the Magic on Wednesday, March 5th. J.J. Redick and the L.A. Clippers will come to town on Wednesday, November 6th. The Miami will make their two season appearances on November 20th and again on Saturday, January 4th. The Magic open their home schedule on Friday, November 1st against Ryan Anderson and the New Orleans Pelicans.

Key Home Games:

  • November 1st – New Orleans Pelicans
  • November 20th – Miami Heat
  • December 23rd – New York Knicks
  • January 15th – Chicago Bulls
  • March 5th – Houston Rockets

7-1-13: Shooting guard Victor Oladipo from University of Indiana was the second pick made by the Orlando Magic. The versatile shooting guard was projected very high in this year's draft. The former Hoosier junior average 13.6 points per game in his final season at Indiana. Victor has an explosive slashing style that should fit the Orlando Magic roster well. The Magic are in a rebuilding stage so he should definitely get minutes in bulk. Orlando finished dead last in the Eastern conference last season winning only 20 games. Despite being in Last Place Orlando tickets averaged on the expensive side at $89 for home games last season. Expect this to remain steady unless the teams play improves in which we could see a price increase. Victor Oladipo Has the ability to make the magic better.

Magic 2013 Draft Summary:

  • Round 1, Pick 2: SG Victor Oladipo, Indiana.
  • Round 2, Pick 21: PF Romero Osby, Oklahoma.

    6-12-13: The Magic were destined for the lottery the day Dwight Howard was traded and all the predictions seemed accurate. At 20-63, all five positions on the Magic roster were open for audition. Having the second overall pick in the NBA draft is only going strengthen their youth movement going forward. Jameer Nelson, the current elder statesmen of the team, had an up and down year in and out of the lineup due to injuries. Rookie forward Maurice Harkless showed promise when he was awarded extra playing time due to the season ending injury to Aaron Afflalo. Nikola Vecevic had a great rookie campaign averaging 13 points and 11 rebounds.

    2-25-13: The Magic were one of the few teams that actually executed a trade before last week’s deadline. They sent JJ Reddick to the Bucks and received roster fillers Doron Lamb, Tobias Harris and Beno Udrih in return. The oft injured point guard Jameer Nelson has played well when he is on the court; however injuries seem to pile up along with the losses. At 15-41 and losers of 5 in a row the Magic have little to look forward to for the remainder of this season. As expected, after trading Dwight Howard, the Magic are headed for the lottery fast. It will be interesting to see how much more of a chance the organization is willing to give rookie head coach Jacque Vaughn after a dreadful first season.

    11-26-12: It is not easy to rebuild in the NBA and that’s exactly what the post Dwight Howard Orlando Magic have been forced to do. While the Magic have played a majority of their games against eastern conference opponents, they still have only managed to post a 5-8 clip, including back to back blowout losses to Brooklyn during a home and home series. Their latest loss came in overtime against the Celtics, 116-110. If Jameer Nelson is unable to stay healthy the Magic could be headed toward the lottery fast. With the Spurs and Nets as their next two opponents, it just doesn’t seem to be getting any easier anytime soon.

  • Orlando Magic Schedule

    Oct. 28 at New Orleans 8:00
    Oct. 30 Washington 7:00
    Nov. 1 Toronto 7:00
    Nov. 4 at Chicago 8:00
    Nov. 5 at Philadelphia 7:00
    Nov. 7 Minnesota 7:00
    Nov. 9 at Brooklyn 3:30
    Nov. 11 at Toronto 7:30
    Nov. 12 at New York 7:30
    Nov. 14 Milwaukee 7:00
    Nov. 15 at Washington 7:00
    Nov. 17 at Detroit 7:30
    Nov. 19 Los Angeles 7:00
    Nov. 21 at Charlotte 7:00
    Nov. 22 Miami 7:00
    Nov. 24 at Cleveland 7:00
    Nov. 26 Golden State 7:00
    Nov. 28 at Indiana 8:00
    Nov. 30 at Phoenix 8:00
    Dec. 2 at Golden State 10:30
    Dec. 3 at Los Angeles 10:30
    Dec. 5 at Utah 9:00
    Dec. 6 at Sacramento 10:00
    Dec. 10 Washington 7:00
    Dec. 12 at Atlanta 7:30
    Dec. 13 Atlanta 7:00
    Dec. 15 at Toronto 7:30
    Dec. 17 at Boston 7:30
    Dec. 19 Utah 7:00
    Dec. 21 Philadelphia 6:00
    Dec. 23 Boston 7:00
    Dec. 26 Cleveland 7:00
    Dec. 27 at Charlotte 7:00
    Dec. 29 at Miami 7:30
    Dec. 30 Detroit 7:00
    Jan. 2 Brooklyn 7:00
    Jan. 3 Charlotte 7:00
    Jan. 7 at Denver 9:00
    Jan. 9 at Los Angeles 10:30
    Jan. 10 at Portland 10:00
    Jan. 12 at Chicago 8:00
    Jan. 14 Houston 7:00
    Jan. 16 Memphis 7:00
    Jan. 18 Oklahoma City 6:00
    Jan. 21 at Detroit 7:30
    Jan. 23 at New York 7:30
    Jan. 25 Indiana 6:00
    Jan. 26 at Memphis 8:00
    Jan. 29 Milwaukee 7:00
    Jan. 31 Dallas 7:00
    Feb. 2 at Oklahoma City 8:00
    Feb. 4 at San Antonio 8:30
    Feb. 6 Los Angeles 7:00
    Feb. 8 Chicago 6:00
    Feb. 9 at Washington 7:00
    Feb. 11 New York 7:00
    Feb. 20 New Orleans 7:00
    Feb. 22 Philadelphia 6:00
    Feb. 25 Miami 7:00
    Feb. 27 at Atlanta 7:30
    Mar. 1 Charlotte 6:00
    Mar. 4 Phoenix 7:00
    Mar. 6 Sacramento 7:00
    Mar. 8 Boston 6:00
    Mar. 10 at Indiana 7:00
    Mar. 11 at Milwaukee 8:00
    Mar. 13 at Boston 7:30
    Mar. 15 Cleveland 6:00
    Mar. 17 at Houston 8:00
    Mar. 18 at Dallas 8:30
    Mar. 20 Portland 7:00
    Mar. 22 Denver 6:00
    Mar. 25 Atlanta 7:00
    Mar. 27 Detroit 7:00
    Apr. 1 San Antonio 7:00
    Apr. 3 at Minnesota 8:00
    Apr. 4 at Milwaukee 8:30
    Apr. 8 Chicago 7:00
    Apr. 10 Toronto 7:00
    Apr. 11 New York 7:00
    Apr. 13 at Miami 7:30
    Apr. 15 at Brooklyn 8:00

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    Average Home Price Since 2010

    Year Avg Price
    2010-2011: $94.81
    2011-2012: $73.58
    2012-2013: $81.54
    2013-2014: $95.96
    2014-2015: $139.78

    Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    3/15/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $268.89
    12/26/2014 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $263.54
    2/06/2015 vs. Los Angeles Lakers: $260/15
    1/18/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $198.32
    2/08/2015 vs. Chicago Bulls: $197.04

    Five Most Expensive Homes Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    12/25/2010 vs. Boston Celtics: $364.23
    2/13/2011 vs. Los Angeles Lakers: $340.91
    3/25/2013 vs. Miami Heat: $311.44
    1/04/2014 vs. Miami Heat: $282.37
    11/24/2010 vs. Miami Heat: $274.83

    Five Least Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/07/2014 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves: $72.33
    11/14/2014 vs. Milwaukee Bucks: $78.664
    10/30/2014 vs. Washington Wizards: $84.12
    12/10/2014 vs. Washington Wizards: $84.45
    11/01/2014 vs. Toronto Raptors: $86.93

    Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/15/2010 vs. Memphis Grizzlies: $29
    4/25/2012 vs. Charlotte Bobcats: $35
    11/10/2010 vs. Utah Jazz: $37
    2/01/2012 vs. Washington Wizards: $38
    11/20/2010 vs. Detroit Pistons: $39

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