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Orlando Magic

The Orlando Magic is a professional basketball team based in Orlando, Florida. They play in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and are currently coached by Stan Van Gundy. The franchise was founded in 1989 as an expansion franchise and has had such notable NBA stars such as Shaquille O'Neal, Penny Hardaway, Grant Hill, Tracy McGrady, Steve Francis, Dwight Howard, Hedo Türkoğlu, Vince Carter, Nick Anderson, Gilbert Arenas and Rashard Lewis throughout its young history. The franchise has also been in the playoffs for more than half of their existence (13 playoff appearances in 22 years). Orlando has been the most successful of the four expansion teams brought into the league in 1988 and 1989 in terms of winning percentage. As of 2011, they are the only team in the "big four" sports leagues to play in the city of Orlando.

Franchise leaders

Career
Games: Nick Anderson (692)
Consecutive Games Played: Dwight Howard (351)
Minutes Played: Nick Anderson (22,440)
Field Goals Made: Nick Anderson (4,075)
Field Goal Attempts: Nick Anderson (8,976)
3-Point Field Goals Made: Dennis Scott (981)
3-Point Field Goal Attempts: Nick Anderson (2,480)
Free Throws Made: Dwight Howard (3,085)
Free Throw Attempts: Dwight Howard (5,155)
Total Rebounds: Dwight Howard (6,434)
Assists: Scott Skiles (2,776)
Steals: Nick Anderson (1,004)
Blocked Shots: Dwight Howard (1,228)
Personal Fouls: Dwight Howard (1,843)
Points: Nick Anderson (10,650)

Career per game averages
Points: Tracy McGrady (28.1)
Rebounds: Dwight Howard (12.9)
Assists: Scott Skiles (7.2)
Steals: Penny Hardaway (1.9)
Blocked shots: Shaquille O'Neal (2.8)

For career records, players currently on the team are in italics. As of the 2010–11 season.

Individual records
Most points in one game with 62 (Tracy McGrady on March 10, 2004 vs. Washington Wizards)
Most points in one half with 37 in the first half (Tracy McGrady on March 9, 2003 vs. Denver Nuggets)
Most points in one quarter with 25 in the second quarter (Tracy McGrady on March 9, 2003 vs. Denver Nuggets)
Most free throws made in one game with 18 (Tracy McGrady on December 25, 2002 vs. Detroit Pistons)
Most points in a playoff game with 46 (Dwight Howard in Game 1 of 2011 Eastern Conference playoffs, First Round vs. Atlanta Hawks and Tracy McGrady in Game 2 of the 2003 Eastern Conference playoffs, First Round vs. Detroit Pistons)
Most assist made in one game with 30 (Scott Skiles on December 30, 1990 vs. Denver Nuggets) ***NBA Record

Individual awards

NBA Defensive Player of the Year
Dwight Howard – 2009, 2010, 2011

NBA Rookie of the Year
Shaquille O'Neal – 1993
Mike Miller – 2001

NBA Sixth Man of the Year
Darrell Armstrong – 1999

NBA Sportsmanship Award
Grant Hill - 2005

NBA Most Improved Player of the Year
Scott Skiles – 1991
Darrell Armstrong – 1999
Tracy McGrady – 2001
Hedo Türkoğlu – 2008

NBA Coach of the Year
Doc Rivers – 2000

NBA Executive of the Year
John Gabriel – 2000

All-NBA First Team
Anfernee Hardaway – 1995, 1996
Tracy McGrady – 2002, 2003
Dwight Howard – 2008, 2009, 2010

All-NBA Second Team
Shaquille O'Neal – 1995
Tracy McGrady – 2001, 2004

All-NBA Third Team
Shaquille O'Neal – 1994, 1996
Anfernee Hardaway – 1997
Dwight Howard – 2007

NBA All-Defensive First Team
Dwight Howard – 2009, 2010

NBA All-Defensive Second Team
Horace Grant – 1995, 1996
Dwight Howard – 2008

NBA Rookie First Team
Dennis Scott – 1991
Shaquille O'Neal – 1993
Anfernee Hardaway – 1994
Matt Harpring – 1999
Mike Miller – 2001
Drew Gooden – 2003
Dwight Howard – 2005

NBA Rookie Second Team
Stanley Roberts – 1992
Michael Doleac – 1999
Chucky Atkins – 2000
Jameer Nelson – 2005


 

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