Orlando Magic Ambitious and Passionate for 2019-20 Season

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN SPORTS) – Between the interviews, photo shoots, press scrums and antics during the Orlando Magic’s Media Day at Amway Center Monday, one thing is clear: this 2019-20 Orlando Magic team is ambitious and passionate for the new season.

The Orlando Magic had made some noise this past season. With an incredible and “cinderella” season, the Magic finished the season with a 42-40 record. This team had achieved so much by winning their southeast division and made the playoffs, their first appearance since 2011. In their first round matchup against the Toronto Raptors, the Magic put up a fight, but lost in game 6, bringing the Magic’s season to an abrupt end.

“Last season is over with, it’s a new season,” D.J. Augustin told reporters on Monday. “You see all these different teams making changes offensively and defensively, but it starts with us and our focus to keep the momentum going.” With veterans, rookies, and a healthy Mo Bamba coming back, the Magic want to continue last season’s momentum and create havoc this season.


Jonathan Anderson is a Florida National News sports contributor. |

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