Last Game Postponed

Wed, Apr 15
vs Toronto Raptors (46-18)
  • Amway Center

Eastern Southeast Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
MIA 41-24 6-4 L1
ORL 30-35 6-4 W3
WAS 24-40 4-6 W1
CHA 23-42 4-6 W1
ATL 20-47 4-6 L1


Regular season
@ NY
vs BOS
vs TOR

Top Magic News

  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Squats most weight since injury

    Isaac (knee) intimated that his knee is feeling strong and Thursday he squatted the most weight he's done since his injury, John Denton of reports.

    Isaac suffered a sprained knee Jan. 1 against the Wizards and hasn't played since. He noted that it's possible he'll play if the season resumes again, but that he'd have to be "110 percent."

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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Door open for postseason return

    Isaac (knee) said Thursday in an online Q&A session with Magic season ticket holders that he'll attempt to resume playing in the 2020 postseason if he feels "110 percent" and the training staff deems him ready to go, John Denton of the team's official site reports.

    Isaac said in the chat session that he's attempted to rebuild strength and flexibility in his sprained left knee by riding a stationary bicycle and taking part in weight-training exercises. Before the NBA suspended its season March 12, Isaac had been sidelined nearly two and a half months with the injury, which was originally expected to keep him sidelined for the remainder of the campaign. If the NBA resumes its season later in the summer, however, Isaac could be back to full health or close to it.

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  • Magic's Evan Fournier: Expected back when season resumes

    Fournier is expected to make a full recovery from the UCL sprain in his right elbow by the time the suspended NBA season resumes, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports.

    Fournier missed the Magic's last three games and looked destined to miss additional action after being ruled out indefinitely March 6 due to the injury. With the NBA going on hiatus a week later, however, Fournier has now benefited from a month and a half off to let his elbow heal without missing further games. The Magic haven't issued a formal update on where exactly Fournier stands in his recovery, but he should get the green light to take part in on-court work whenever the NBA allows teams to resume training. Prior to the injury, Fournier was averaging a career-high 18.8 points to go along with 3.2 assists, 2.7 three-pointers, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 31.7 minutes per contest.

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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Still wearing hinged knee brace

    Isaac said Tuesday that he feels "fantastic" as he continues through his rehab program but is still wearing a hinged brace to protected his left knee, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports.

    Isaac was diagnosed with a severe left knee sprain and bone contusion after exiting early Jan. 1 against Washington, and though he was able to avoid surgery, the Magic ruled him out for the season just over a month later. Since that time, the NBA has suspended its season due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the ongoing hiatus could provide Isaac with enough time to heal up from the injury and rejoin the Magic for a potential playoff run. Orlando likely won't have a firm timeline for Isaac's return for at least another month, however, as the 6-foot-11 forward still appears to be stuck in the initial stages of his rehab program. While Isaac has thus far avoided any setbacks, he has yet to resume any on-court activity since suffering the injury, and he won't even be allowed to work out in front of the Magic coaching staff until the NBA allows teams to reconvene.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team 106.4


Player Injury
E. Fournier SG Evan Fournier SG Elbow
J. Isaac PF Jonathan Isaac PF Knee
A. Aminu PF Al-Farouq Aminu PF Knee