Orlando Magic Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- Eastern Conference, Southeast Division
- Frank Vogel
- Home Arena
- Amway Center
- Arena Capacity
- Miami Heat
Orlando Magic Schedule
The Orlando Magic are ready to put themselves back into contention in the Eastern Conference this season! Don't miss your chance to head to the Amway Center to cheer on the Magic -- check out Orlando's schedule, and get your Magic tickets today!
The Orlando Magic have had many megastars leave the team over the years, from Shaquille O’Neal and Penny Hardaway to Tracy McGrady, Grant Hill and Dwight Howard. The Magic will certainly miss having Howard on the roster, but they got a ton of young talent in the mega-trade, and they'll be contending for a title in no time. What will really help get the team energized is a loud home crowd making a ruckus. If you buy Magic basketball tickets you can be there to see the NBA's best take on the Magic night in and night out.
The Eastern Conference’s Southeast Division has some solid teams looking to take the Orlando Magic down night in and night out. With rivals like the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics facing the Magic, there aren’t many easy wins in the NBA. Basketball is all about team work, so the team is going to have to step it up this season. Be there to hear the Amway Center go nuts with excitement and get your tickets for Orlando basketball.
About Orlando Magic
The Orlando Magic plays in Orlando, Florida in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the NBA. They are a young team in comparison, as they were established in 1989 as an expansion franchise. They are mostly known for their history of All-Star players, including Grant Hill, Tracy McGrady, Dwight Howard, and Shaquille O’Neal. They are the only professional sports team to call Orlando home, and are the second most successful NBA expansion team by winning percentage. They currently play in the Amway Center located in Orlando, and traditionally wear blue, white, and black uniforms.
The Magic play home games at the Amway Center, an electric place to watch a game if there ever was one. The O-Rena opened in 1989 and cost $98 million to build. It can hold 17,519 fans. Don't wait any longer and get your Orlando Magic basketball tickets now.