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The Orlando Magic are an expansion franchise that came to exist in 1989. There were a lot of sub-par acquitistions on that first roster for the Magic. You aren't going to find a lot of notable names on the squad, but there are a few like Nick Anderson and a sharp shooter from the outside in Jeff Turner.
The team went 18-64 in their first season under head coach Matt Gukas. Gukas had head coaching experience, but he wasn't able to last through those lean years and would go on to work for NBC Sports. Reggie Theus and Sidney Green were two of the biggest contributors to that initial team.
The Orlando Magic were really not able to take off as a franchise until they drafted Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway. The team was finally able to make the playoffs under new head coach Brian Hill. Hill has a deep history with the franchise, being hired for two different stints to be the head coach of the Orlando Magic.
Hill was known as a soft spoken guy that players like O'Neal and Hardaway were able to get what they wanted. Pat Williams, the first General Manager of the Orlando Magic, seemed to be the part of management that would have to deal with a lot of personality conflicts that were likely to show up on an NBA roster.
Hardaway and O'Neal would both become elite stars, and this would lead to some conflict and them both eventually leaving the Orlando Magic. The Magic were still able to make it to the NBA Finals in 1995 due to solid contributions from Brian Shaw and Horace Grant. The team has won those NBA Finals against the Houston Rockets if Nick Anderson had not fallen apart from the foul line. This was an issue that continued to plague Anderson for the rest of his career.
Hardaway probably started to hold too much sway with the Magic front office. Hardaway played a role in the team drafting David Vaughan, a player that also came out of the University of Memphis. The Magic could have made a serious run under head coach Chuck Daly, but the team never did fill the void at the center position that was left by O'Neal's departure.
The Magic appear to be coming full circle these days. They recently hired a solid, nose to the ground leader in Scott Skiles to be their head coach. Skiles has been the head coach of the Suns, Bulls, and Bucks in the past. He threw a lot of great passes on those early Magic teams, making him loved amongst his teammates and making sure that people on the team played hard.Skiles will want his young team to play hard, he will expect the best out of players like Tobias Harris and Victor Oladipo.
Skiles is going to ask players to win games in a different way than the Orlando Magic did when Rashard Lewis and Dwight Howard were on the team. You have to be able to find different ways to win, and as the Magic go forward, you are going to see them win games as a tough defensive team that will rebound the basketball with fervor.