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Orlando Magic

The Orlando Magic is the only professional sports team based in Orlando, which means fans have a special connection with the team. Online sports betting through USA sports betting sites and US betting apps are available in many states in the US, and fans can bet on NBA games to make things even more exciting. ...more less

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Orlando Magic Team Stats

We want to help you wins as many bets as you can on NBA betting sites, which is why we suggest you gather as much information as possible. The good news is that we have done the hard work for you to provide current team stats, including total points scored, points conceded, points per game, player stats and a lot more. Before placing a bet on the Orlando Magic, we suggest you check these out.

GP 82
PTS 111.4
FGM 40.52
FG% 0.47
3PM 10.77
3P% 0.346
FTM 19.6
FT% 0.784
REB 43.24
AST 23.2
STL 7.35
BLK 4.66
TO 14.37
PF 20.15

Orlando Magic Player Stats

Which Magic player has drained the most three-pointers? The latest player stats for all the Orlando Magic players can be found here:

Stats 2022-2023
GP 57
MIN 29.6
FG% 0.525
3P% 0.356
FT% 0.738
REB 8.72
AST 2.3
STL 0.53
BLK 0.58
TO 1.86
PF 2.79
PTS 15.2

Orlando Magic Betting Odds

If you want to find the latest odds for every Orlando magic game, then this is the right place. At, we provide the best odds for individual games involving the Magic and futures odds on the Orlando's chances in the playoffs from top NBA betting apps. We list only the best betting sites around, so you’re should be able to find great value bets and betting offers. Only the best NBA sports betting sites get reviewed by us, and only their latest odds on all NBA betting markets get displayed.

Orlando Magic Next Games Odds

We've got you covered if you want to find the latest odds from the best NBA betting sites for every Orlando Magic matchup. These will appear here before every game:

Orlando Magic Odds to Win the NBA Championship

Orlando Magic are another of those franchises that have come close to win an NBA title, but have stumbled at the final hurdle. Here, you can find the latest sportsbooks odds for Orlando to win the NBA Championship this season:

Orlando Magic Odds to Win the Eastern Conference

The Orlando Magic have won the Eastern Conference twice in their history. Here are their latest odds to win this season's Eastern Conference title:

Orlando Magic Betting Offers & Promo Codes

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Orlando Magic Starting Lineups

Are Orlando at full strength for their next game? One way to find out is by visiting our NBA starting lineups page. It will give you all the information you need on the latest injury news for Magic players and for all the other NBA teams.

Orlando Magic Prop Bets

Regardless of whether the Magic are having a good season or not, you can still bet on their players to light up the scoreboard individually. Checking out our NBA player props page will show you the player props for any Magic player. You'll find the latest range of player prop markets the best betting apps have available for forthcoming games.

Orlando Magic Game Picks

At, our Pickfinder provides the best NBA picks for every game on the latest slate of games.

Orlando Magic History

The Orlando Magic joined the NBA in 1988 as one of four expansion teams, led by local businessman Jim L. Hewitt and former Philadelphia 76ers GM Pt Williams. Introducing the Magic to the NBA brought the first-ever major-league pro sports team to Orlando. Joining the NBA alongside other expansion teams, the Miami Heat, Charlotte Hornets, and Minnesota Timberwolves, the team played its first game on November 4, 1989. 

That 111-106 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers at the Orlando Arena (O-Rena) told the story of the Magic for their first few years in the NBA, with three consecutive losing seasons. However, the Magic would get a huge boost from the 1992 NBA Draft by picking huge center Shaquille O’Neal from Louisiana State University.

O’Neal was an instant success and game-changer, becoming the first rookie to claim an All-Star position since Michael Jordan. Shaq took the Magic to another level, with the franchise recording a 0.500 win/loss percentage. However, he was unable to power the roster to the NBA playoffs.

Winning the number one draft pick again in 1993 was pivotal for the franchise. This time, the Magic traded its pick (Chris Webber) to the Golden State Warriors for Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway. Combining with O’Neal, Hardaway helped form a winning duo and pushed the Orlando Magic to its first winning season. 

During the 1993/94 season, the team reached the playoffs for the first time and picked up its first 50-win season (50-32). All-Star forward Horace Grant joined for the 1994/95 season, and the team claimed the Atlantic Division title and met the reigning champions, the Houston Rockets. Despite being a hot ticket all season, the Magic crumbled to a 4-0 sweep.

That was as good as it was going to get for Orlando, at least for the next 20 years. O’Neal left to join the Los Angele Lakers as a free agent in the 1996 off-season, and Penny Hardaway was injury-plagued for the rest of his career. Many regard Hardaway as one of the biggest “what-if” players in NBA history. Even while fighting injuries, Hardaway was good enough to get the Magic to the playoffs regularly during his career. 

Hardaway left the Magic in 1999, but the team still posted winning records in the next four seasons, thanks to the acquisitions of talented players like Tracy McGrady and Mike Miller. However, by 2003/04, the wheels fell off, and the Magic struggled to four consecutive losing seasons. 

Even during these bad years, the basis of a new team was forming. The Magic took Dwight Howard with the first pick of the 2004 NBA Draft and took JJ Redick in the 2006 NBA Draft. These two would form the spine of a team that made it back to the playoffs in 2006/07.

However, the peak of this team was 2008/09. The Magic posted a regular season record of 59-23 and beat the Philadelphia 76ers, Boston Celtics, and LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers to reach the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history. While the team managed to win one game, the Magic lost the series to the Los Angeles Lakers in five. 

The Magic failed to reach those heights again, and eventually, this excellent team broke apart. Howard forced a move to the Los Angeles Lakers, and the team went for ten seasons and only posted one winning record.

However, there is hope for Magic fans. After winning the No.1 Draft Pick in 2022, the team took Paulo Banchero. The young core of this team, with players like Jalen Suggs, Bol Bol, Mo Bamba, and Franz Wagner, will hopefully bring an NBA Championship to Orlando.