With the recent victory over the New York Knicks, as well as losses to Detroit, Brooklyn and Miami, the Orlando Magic may actually be able to enter the upcoming post-season.

As many Magic fans know, as well as those in the Southeastern division, the Magic have not been a competitive team since the days of Dwight Howard, and that was six – seven years ago, which was the last time the team had an appearance in the playoffs.

However, as of recently, the organization has been putting together a team and management that will allow the team to become successful in the future. What many of us did not realize is that success may be a lot closer than we expected.

For starters, the Magic have a record that is miles better than what they were in the last six – seven seasons, as well as have players that have been huge contributors, ranging from picking up players from the draft, recent trades, and signing up players that many around the league would give up on.

When putting a team like that together, led by a coach who has had success in a rival team that shares the same division as the Magic, it’s easy to see how there is a new mindset that is shared amongst the players in the locker room.

Currently, the Magic will play their last home game of the regular season against the Atlanta Hawks followed by their last road two-game road trip against Boston and the Charlotte Hornets.

If the Magic can get at least two wins, though winning all three would be great, they have a chance of making the playoffs, which would be huge for many in the organization as well as for the fans.

Catch the Magic v. Hawks, Friday at 7 p.m.

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My name is Jonathan David and I am from a small town called Green Cove Springs, located in northeast Florida. Originally from Miami, Florida, my family moved up north, as I was entering the fourth grade. Once we moved, I eventually started getting into sports a lot more. I did soccer, basketball and running and pole-vaulting; however, the main sport that I pretty much keep up with is, basketball, specifically the NBA. Although I’ll occasionally watch track and field if it’s on ESPN. There were many reasons why I got into basketball, besides it looking like fun, one reason was because I wanted to be like Bugs Bunny from Space Jam, not Michael Jordan, but Bugs Bunny, and while my dream of being an animated character hasn’t panned out, I still enjoy playing and watching the sport. My favorite NBA team is the Orlando Magic, and I’ve been a fan since Lebron was in Miami, so when they eventually get good, people can’t say I’m a bandwagon fan.
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Content Creator at Armchair Orlando Magic , The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
My name is Jonathan David and I am from a small town called Green Cove Springs, located in northeast Florida. Originally from Miami, Florida, my family moved up north, as I was entering the fourth grade. Once we moved, I eventually started getting into sports a lot more. I did soccer, basketball and running and pole-vaulting; however, the main sport that I pretty much keep up with is, basketball, specifically the NBA. Although I’ll occasionally watch track and field if it’s on ESPN. There were many reasons why I got into basketball, besides it looking like fun, one reason was because I wanted to be like Bugs Bunny from Space Jam, not Michael Jordan, but Bugs Bunny, and while my dream of being an animated character hasn’t panned out, I still enjoy playing and watching the sport. My favorite NBA team is the Orlando Magic, and I’ve been a fan since Lebron was in Miami, so when they eventually get good, people can’t say I’m a bandwagon fan.
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