Tickets to the Orlando Magic

EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. Flamengo of Brazil Fri. October 5, 2018
Orlando, FL - Amway Center
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic Mon. October 8, 2018
Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena
NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. Memphis Grizzlies Wed. October 10, 2018
Orlando, FL - Amway Center
NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. San Antonio Spurs Fri. October 12, 2018
Orlando, FL - Amway Center

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About The Orlando Magic

In Game 1 of the 1995 NBA Finals, the young and hip Orlando Magic was leading the tired old defending champions Houston Rockets by three points. It appeared as if the brash newcomers were going to jump out to a one game series lead. However, Magic guard Nick Anderson succumbed to the pressure and missed four consecutive free throws in the game's waning moments. His misses allowed the Rockets to send the game into overtime where they eventually defeated the Magic, 120-118. The Rockets would go on to sweep the series to claim their second championship in a row. As for the Magic, Anderson was never really same and the team—although they returned to the conference finals the following year—wouldn't be serious contenders for a title for more than a decade.

The Magic entered the league in 1989 as part of a four-team expansion. The team became dominant very quickly thanks to the acquisitions of Shaquille O'Neal, Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway, Dennis Scott, Horace Grant, and Anderson. Shaq left for greener pasture in 1996 dealing a huge blow to the franchise. However, the team quickly recovered. The team continued to make playoffs and sell Magic tickets. In fact, the Magic had the best record in the Eastern Conference during the lockout-shorten season of 1998-1999. In 2000, the Magic acquired Tracy McGrady and Grant Hill. Although McGrady established himself as one of the league's premier players, the two superstars failed to achieve any type of team success. The franchise, without McGrady and Hill, returned to the NBA Finals in 2009 thanks in large part to big man Dwight Howard.

Orlando Magic tickets are sold to the Amway Center located in the city's downtown area. The Magic are aligned in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference. One of the big rivals on the Orlando Magic schedule is the NBA's only other Florida team, the Miami Heat. Some prominent Magic players not previously mentioned include Darrel Armstrong, Mike Miller, Scott Skiles, Vince Carter, Jameer Nelson, and Hedo Türkoglu.