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Orlando Magic (21-47) vs.

Houston Rockets (44-22)


Game #69 Road Game #36
Toyota Center Houston, TX
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 8 pm ET
PROBABLE STARTERS:
Position
#
Player
Forward

Forward

Center

Guard

Guard

12

Tobias Harris

Dewayne Dedmon

Nikola Vuevi

Victor Oladipo

Elfrid Payton

Ht.

Wt.

Comments

6-9

235

2014-15: 17.1 ppg., 6.3 rpg., 1.9 apg., 1.07 stlpg.

245

Led (or tied) the team in scoring 18 times, in rebounding nine times and
in assists three timesScored in double figures 53 times and had 20+
points 17 times, including a career-high 34 points on Feb. 6 vs. L.A.
LakersHit game-winning jumper as time expired on both Nov. 5 @
Philadelphia and Dec. 13 vs. AtlantaRecorded eight double-doubles.
2014-15: 3.6 ppg., 4.6 rpg.

260

Led (or tied) the team in rebounding nine timesTallied career-highs of


11 points and 16 rebounds on Mar. 8 vs. BostonRecorded two doubledoubles.
2014-15: 19.6 ppg., 11.2 rpg., 1.9 apg.

210

Led (or tied) the team in scoring 22 times, in rebounding 45 times and in
assists twiceScored in double figures 60 times, had 20+ points 23
times and 30+ points five times, including a career-high 34 points on Jan.
10 @ Portland and Jan. 23 @ New YorkTallied 10+ rebounds 38 times
and 20+ rebounds once, including a season-high 23 rebounds on Oct. 28
@ New OrleansRecorded a team-high 38 double-doubles.
2014-15: 17.4 ppg., 4.1 rpg., 4.0 apg., 1.66 stlpg.

185

Led (or tied) the team in scoring 22 times, in rebounding once and in
assists 18 timesScored in double figures 54 times, had 20+ points 19
times and 30+ points four times, including a career-high 38 points on
Mar. 4 vs. PhoenixRecorded three double-doubles.
2014-15: 8.4 ppg., 6.0 apg., 3.9 rpg., 1.53 stlpg.

7-0

7-0

6-4

6-4

Led (or tied) the team in scoring twice, in rebounding three times and in
assists 50 timesScored in double figures 28 times and had 20+ points
twice, including a career-high 22 points on Jan. 16 vs. MemphisDished
out a career-high 12 assists on Jan. 16 vs. Memphis and Mar. 6 vs.
SacramentoHad career-high 10 rebounds on Mar. 8 vs.
BostonRecorded seven double-doubles.

INJURY REPORT:
Total player games missed to injury/illness: 122
Evan Fournier sore right hip, OUT
Willie Green low back spasms, QUESTIONABLE
Devyn Marble detached retina, left eye, OUT

RECENT TRANSACTIONS:
*For complete transactions list, please see 2014-15 Orlando Magic media guide.*
Sep. 29: Sign free agents Kadeem Batts, Drew Crawford, Seth Curry and Peyton SivaOct. 23: Sign Nikola Vuevi to a contract extensionOct. 25: Waive
Kadeem Batts, Drew Crawford, Seth Curry and Peyton SivaOct. 26: Exercise fourth-year team options on the contracts of Evan Fournier, Maurice Harkless and
Andrew Nicholson, and the third-year team option on the contract of Victor OladipoOct. 30: Place Kyle OQuinn (sprained left ankle) on the Inactive List; Activate
Channing FryeNov. 14: Place Devyn Marble (strained right rotator cuff) on the Inactive List; Activate Victor OladipoNov. 26: Place Aaron Gordon (fractured fifth
metatarsal, left foot) on the Inactive List; Activate Kyle OQuinnDec. 6: Place Nikola Vuevi (low back sprain) on the Inactive List; Activate Devyn MarbleDec. 13:
Place Devyn Marble on the Inactive List; Activate Nikola VueviDec. 21: Place Willie Green (flu-like symptoms) on the Inactive List; Activate Devyn MarbleDec.
23: Place Devyn Marble on the Inactive List; Activate Willie GreenDec. 26: Assign Devyn Marble to Erie of the NBA Development LeagueJan. 2: Recall Devyn
Marble from Erie of the NBA Development League; Place Maurice Harkless on the Inactive List; Activate Devyn MarbleJan. 10: Place Evan Fournier (sprained right
knee) on the Inactive List; Activate Maurice HarklessJan. 14: Place Tobias Harris (sprained left ankle) on the Inactive List; Activate Evan FournierJan. 18: Place
Andrew Nicholson on the Inactive List; Activate Aaron GordonJan. 21: Place Maurice Harkless on the Inactive List; Activate Tobias HarrisJan. 23: Place
Dewayne Dedmon on the Inactive List; Activate Andrew NicholsonJan. 25: Place Ben Gordon on the Inactive List; Activate Maurice HarklessJan. 26: Place
Maurice Harkless on the Inactive List and activate Dewayne DedmonJan. 29: Place Devyn Marble on the Inactive List; Activate Ben GordonJan. 31: Place Victor
Oladipo (sore right Achilles) on the Inactive List; Activate Maurice HarklessFeb. 2: Place Andrew Nicholson on the Inactive List; Activate Victor Oladipo; Assign
Devyn Marble to Erie of the NBA Development LeagueFeb. 4: Place Aaron Gordon (sore left foot) on the Inactive List; Activate Andrew NicholsonFeb. 5: Relieve
Jacque Vaughn of his head coaching duties; Also relieved Wes Unseld Jr., Brett Gunning as assistant coaches and Zach Guthrie as manager of advanced scouting;
Name James Borrego interim head coachFeb. 6: Place Andrew Nicholson on the Inactive List; Activate Aaron GordonFeb. 7: Recall Devyn Marble from Erie of
the NBA Development LeagueFeb. 8: Place Luke Ridnour (personal reasons) on the Inactive List; Activate Andrew NicholsonFeb. 9: Place Tobias Harris (sore
right knee) on the Inactive List; Activate Devyn MarbleFeb. 11: Place Devyn Marble on the Inactive List; Activate Luke RidnourFeb. 17: Name Igor Kokoskov
assistant coach; Assign Devyn Marble to Erie of the NBA Development League Feb. 21: Recall Devyn Marble from Erie of the NBA Development LeagueFeb. 22:
Place Maurice Harkless on the Inactive List; Activate Tobias HarrisFeb. 27: Place Evan Fournier (sore right hip) and Aaron Gordon (sprained right ankle) on the
Inactive List; Activate Maurice Harkless and Devyn MarbleMar. 4: Place Devyn Marble (detached retina) on the Inactive List; Activate Aaron Gordon.

STREAKS:
CURRENT
LONGEST WINNING
LONGEST LOSING

OVERALL
L4 (Mar. 10-present)
W3 (Feb. 11-22)
L10 (Jan. 16-Feb. 4)

HOME
L1 (Mar. 15)
W3 (Feb. 11-22)
L5 (Jan. 16-31)

ROAD
L10 (Jan. 21-present)
W2 (3x, Dec. 27-29)
L10 (Jan. 21-present)

RECORDS 2014-15 REGULAR SEASON:


OVERALL:
EASTERN:
ATLANTIC:
CENTRAL:
SOUTHEAST:
WESTERN:
NORTHWEST:
PACIFIC:
SOUTHWEST:

Record:
21-47 (.309)
13-31 (.295)
6-9 (.400)
3-12 (.200)
4-10 (.286)
8-16 (.333)
2-5 (.286)
3-6 (.333)
2-5 (.286)

Home:
11-22 (.333)
6-15 (.286)
4-3 (.571)
1-6 (.143)
1-6 (.143)
5-7 (.417)
1-2 (.333)
1-3 (.250)
2-2 (.500)

Road:
10-25 (.286)
7-16 (.304)
2-6 (.250)
2-6 (.250)
3-4 (.429)
3-9 (.250)
1-3 (.250)
2-3 (.400)
0-3 (.000)

Overtime:
2-1 (.667)
---0-1 (.000)
2-0 (1.000)
1-0 (1.000)
1-0 (1.000)
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JAMES BORREGO - MEDIA AVAILABILITY:


Orlando Magic Interim Head Coach James Borrego will be available to the media pregame tonight approximately 90
minutes prior to tip-off (5:30 pm CT) outside the Magic locker room.
UPCOMING SCHEDULE:
DATE
OPPONENT
SITE
TIME (ET)
TELEVISION
TONIGHT
Houston
Toyota Center
8 pm
FOX Sports Florida
Wednesday, Mar. 18
Dallas
American Airlines Center
8 pm
FS Florida/ESPN
Friday, Mar. 20
PORTLAND
Amway Center
7 pm
FOX Sports Florida
Sunday, Mar. 22
DENVER
Amway Center
6 pm
FOX Sports Florida
Wednesday, Mar. 25
ATLANTA
Amway Center
7 pm
FOX Sports Florida
*All regular season games locally televised by FOX Sports Florida
*All games broadcast on Magic Radio Network (flagship: ESPN 580 Orlando) and Magic Spanish Radio Network
(ElOrlandoMagic.com)
TIME CHANGE: Orlando @ Dallas on Wednesday, March 18 has been changed to 8 pm ETThe game will be nationally
televised on ESPNIt will also be televised locally on FOX Sports Florida.
TICKET INFORMATION: For tickets packages, call 407-89-MAGIC (407-896-2442)...For single-game tickets, call 1-8004NBA-TIX (1-800-462-2849)Tickets can also be purchased over the internet at www.orlandomagic.com.

LAST GAME:
Mar. 15 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers 123, Magic 108: Kyrie Irving poured in 33 points, including 5-of-6 from three-point range, as
Cleveland defeated Orlando, 123-108, at Amway Center. Irving was 12-of-15 from the floor. JR Smith netted 25 points for the
Cavaliers, while LeBron James tallied 21 points, 13 assists and eight rebounds. Victor Oladipo led the Magic with 25 points,
Tobias Harris poured in 24 points and Nikola Vuevi added 22 points and 15 boards. Elfrid Payton nearly missed a tripledouble with 13 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds. Cleveland shot 59.2 percent from the floor and was 18-of-35 from threepoint range. The Magic also struggled from the free throw line, making just 15-of-27.
RECENT GAMES:
Mar. 13 @ Boston Celtics 95, Magic 88: Evan Turner scored 24 of his game-high 30 points during the second half as Boston
overcame an 11-point deficit and defeated Orlando, 95-88, at TD Garden. Kelly Olynyk added 13 points for the Celtics. Elfrid
Payton tallied 20 points, nine assists and five rebounds for the Magic, but went 4-of-15 from the free throw line. Nikola Vuevi
recorded 16 points and a game-high 11 rebounds. Both teams struggled on the offensive end. Orlando shot 42.5 percent from
the field and committed 20 turnovers, while Boston shot 43 percent from the floor and had 17 turnovers. Boston dominated the
fourth quarter, outscoring Orlando, 29-16. Turner went a perfect 6-of-6 from the floor and netted 16 of his 30 points during the
final stanza.
Mar. 11 @ Milwaukee Bucks 97, Magic 91: Khris Middleton poured in 30 points, as Milwaukee defeated Orlando, 97-91, at
Bradley Center. All five Bucks starters scored in double figures. Zaza Pachulia tallied 10 points, 12 rebounds and five assists.
Nikola Vuevi paced five Magic players in double figures with 19 points and 14 rebounds, while Tobias Harris netted 17 points.
Orlando was 10-of-18 from three-point range and a perfect 13-of-13 from the free throw line. However, the Magic were
outrebounded by Milwaukee, 51-33. Orlando held a 10-point lead midway through the third quarter, but the Bucks closed the
frame with a 12-2 run and tied the game at 72 heading into the final stanza. The fourth quarter saw two ties and seven lead
changes, but a Middleton three-pointer with 3:12 left gave the Bucks the lead for good.
TONIGHTS OPPONENT:
Mar. 17 @ Houston: Orlando is 26-26 all-time vs. Houston (16-11 at home, 10-15 on the road) during regular season action,
including 1-0 this season (see recap below)The Magic lost both meetings last seasinThe Magic are 0-4 in postseason play
against the Rockets (1995 NBA Finals)...Orlando has lost four of the last five meetings against the Rockets, but won six of the
last ten overallThe Magic have won 22 of the last 39 matchups, including 12 straight wins from Nov. 23, 1994-Feb. 16, 2001,
tying Orlando's all-time longest winning streak vs. any opponent (12 vs. Denver, Feb. 21, 1997 to Mar. 9, 2003)...The Magic
have lost nine of the last 13 regular season meetings at home, but won ten of the last 18 played in HoustonFor last seasons
stats vs. Houston, see p. 272 of the media guideJan. 14 vs. Houston Magic 120, Rockets 113: Victor Oladipo poured in
32 points, as Orlando defeated Houston, 120-113, at Amway Center. Nikola Vuevi tallied 25 points and 12 rebounds for the
Magic, while Channing Frye and Elfrid Payton each added 15 points. Five Magic players scored in double figures. James
Harden led five Rockets in double figures with 26 points, 10 assists and five steals. Dwight Howard recorded 23 points and
eight rebounds. Orlando recorded a season-high 14 steals on the evening. It marked the first time since February 1996 that the
Magic have scored 120+ points in consecutive games.
BEST ALL-TIME SCORING PERFORMANCE VS. ROCKETS: 39 pts., Tracy McGrady (@ Houston, 2-16-02)
BEST ALL-TIME SCORING PERFORMANCE VS. MAGIC: 37 pts., Yao Ming (@ Houston, 3-11-07; @ Orlando, 1-25-04)
UPCOMING OPPONENTS:
Mar. 18 @ Dallas: Orlando is 23-29 vs. Dallas (14-12 at home, 9-17 at Dallas) during regular season action, including 0-1 this
season (see recap below)The Magic lost both meetings with the Mavericks last seasonOrlando has lost six straight regular
season meetings with the Mavericks and nine of the last 11 overall...Orlando has lost the last nine matchups at home (last home
win: Mar. 31, 2006, 108-99), but won three of the last five trips to DallasFor last seasons stats vs. Dallas, see p. 264 of the
media guideJan. 31 vs. Dallas Mavericks 108, Magic 93: Monta Ellis led five players in double figures with 25 points and
13 assists, as Dallas defeated Orlando, 108-93, at Amway Center. Tyson Chandler tallied 20 points and nine rebounds for the
Mavericks. Nikola Vuevi led the Magic with 17 points and 16 rebounds. Dallas shot 56.8 percent from the floor, including 11of-21 from beyond the three-point arc. The Mavericks jumped out to a 34-17 lead after the first quarter and never looked back,
leading by as many as 27 points during the second half.
BEST ALL-TIME SCORING PERFORMANCE VS. MAVS: 43 pts., Shaquille ONeal (@ Dallas, 3-3-94)
BEST ALL-TIME SCORING PERFORMANCE VS. MAGIC: 38 pts., Dirk Nowitzki (@ Orlando, 3-31-06; @ Dallas, 1-18-01)

Mar. 20 vs. Portland: Orlando is 22-28 all-time vs. Portland (12-12 at home, 10-16 on the road) during the regular season,
including 0-1 this season (see recap below)The two teams split both meetings last seasonOrlando has lost four of the last
seven meetings, but won 11 of the last 19 between the two clubs overallThe Magic had lost 11 straight matchups from Nov.
17, 1999-Nov. 24, 2004Prior to that losing streak, Orlando had won 11 of the previous 12 matchupsOrlando has won six of
the last eight meetings at home and lost five of the last 11 outings at PortlandChanning Frye spent two seasons with the
Blazers and appeared in 141 games from 2007-09For last seasons stats vs. Portland, see p. 298 of the media guideJan.
10 @ Portland Blazers 103, Magic 92: LaMarcus Aldridge poured in 25 points, as Portland defeated Orlando, 103-92, at
Moda Center. Five Blazers scored in double figures. Wesley Matthews recorded 18 points and eight rebounds, while Damian
Lillard added 16 points. Nikola Vuevi recorded a career-high 34 points and 16 rebounds for the Magic, while Victor Oladipo
scored 18 points. Portland jumped out to a 26-13 lead after the first quarter and led by as many as 19 points during the first half.
However, the Magic fought back and tied the score at 85 on two free throws by Vuevi with 4:12 left in the game. Portland
answered with a 6-0 spurt and ended Orlandos rally. The Magic, who were without Tobias Harris and Evan Fournier, went just
3-of-21 from three-point range.
BEST ALL-TIME SCORING PERFORMANCE VS. BLAZERS: 41 pts., Shaquille ONeal (@ Orlando, 3-2-96)
BEST ALL-TIME SCORING PERFORMANCE VS. MAGIC: 37 pts., Rasheed Wallace (@ Portland, 12-15-01; @ Orlando,
11-19-00)
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES:
MAGIC MEDIA CENTRAL...
The Orlando Magic have created a website exclusively for the media to assist in the coverage of both the team and the
NBA...Log on to OrlandoMagic.com/MagicPR and view the latest practice schedule, updated stats, the teams media guide,
game notes and much moreYou can also follow the Communications Department for updates on Twitter: @Magic_PR.
THIS DATE IN MAGIC HISTORY MARCH 17
March 17, 2014 The Orlando Magic signed center Dewayne Dedmon for the remainder of the regular season, General Manager
Rob Hennigan announced.
March 17, 2010 Vince Carter dished out a season-high eight assists and led all scorers with 24 points, as the Magic beat San
Antonio, 110-84. Rashard Lewis added 20 points in the Magics victory.
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March 17, 2009 Tony Battie records his 400 career steal against Cleveland, as the Magic fall on the road, 97-93.
March 17, 2005 - The Orlando Magic named Chris Jent interim head coach. He replaces Johnny Davis, who was dismissed
following the Magics loss @ L.A. Clippers on Mar. 16, along with assistant coach Ron Ekker. Jent becomes the seventh head
coach in franchise history. He was named assistant coach on Aug. 12, 2004, after spending the 2003-04 campaign with
Philadelphia as an assistant coach/player development.
March 17, 2002 - Earlier in the season, Tracy McGrady posted his first career triple-double against the Sixers, and he almost
accomplishes the feat again, tallying 29 points, a career-high 13 assists, eight boards and three blocks en route to a 105-103
victory over Philadelphia. The Magic close out the week with a 3-0 record and McGrady garners NBA Player of the Week
honors, averaging 31.3 points, 10.0 assists, 7.7 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 2.3 blocks a game.
March 17, 1998 - In a contest which features the return of former Magic head coach Brian Hill to the O-Rena, Orlando outlasts
Vancouver, 99-92. Hill receives a standing ovation prior to the contest.
March 17, 1996 - Dennis Scotts fifth three-pointer of the game with 40.2 seconds left equals the NBA single-season record of
217 three-pointers made and lifts Orlando to a 98-97 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. Scott, who scored all 17 of his points
in the second half, breaks a 95-95 tie and ties the record that John Starks of the New York Knicks set in 1994-95. Eddie Jones
scores on a dunk for the Lakers with 27.7 seconds left and a Nick Van Exel steal and subsequent drive to the basket is thwarted
by Anthony Bowie. Horace Grant adds 26 points and 17 rebounds.
PRIDE JERSEYS
The Orlando Magic debuted their new alternate Pride Jersey home uniforms on Nov. 26 against Golden State and will wear
hem again on Apr. 1 vs. San AntonioOrlando is 5-5 while wearing the Pride Jersey uniformThe Pride Jersey uniform will
serve as the team's fourth uniform to go along with their home white, road blue and alternate black pinstripe uniforms...The
Magic will wear them for select home games during the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasonsThe sleeved, adidas Pride Jersey is
made out of engineered mesh in Magic silver to represent steel a rigid, unbending and relentless symbol of unity created to
invoke a sense of pride and an unyielding commitment to competing at the highest levelThe uniforms were developed
through a collaborative effort between the team, the NBA and adidasThe new silver adidas Magic Pride Jersey will be
available for purchase at the Orlando Magic Team Shop presented by adidas, and at all retail locations in the Amway
CenterFans can also personalize their Pride Jersey with any name and number of their choice at the main team store (corner
of Church St.) and the team store near section 117, on the terrace level. Select styles will be available online at
orlandomagicteamshop.comFans are also encouraged to upload their Pride Jersey photos using the hashtag,
#PureMagicPride.

WINNING WAYS
The Orlando Magic have finished with a .500 record or better 16 times during the last 22 seasons (since 1992-93) that they have
finished at .500 or better, which is tied for the eighth-highest total in the NBA:
FRANCHISE
San Antonio Spurs
Utah Jazz
Houston Rockets
Los Angeles Lakers
Phoenix Suns
Portland Trail Blazers
Miami Heat
ORLANDO MAGIC
Indiana Pacers
Oklahoma City Thunder

# OF SEASONS AT .500 OR BETTER SINCE 1992-93


21
19
19
18
17
17
17
16
16
16

**MAGIC TRICKS 1,000**


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The Orlando Magic recorded the 1,000 victory in franchise history on Mar. 28, 2014 vs. Charlotte.
AMONG THE BEST
The Orlando Magic have reached the NBA Playoffs 14 times in their historyOrlando has advanced to the Eastern Conference
Finals four times (1995, 1996, 2009, 2010) and reached the NBA Finals twice (1995, 2009)During their first trip in 1995,
Orlando became the second-fastest team in NBA history to reach the Finals in just its sixth year of existence.
During the last 21 seasons (since 1993-94), the Orlando Magic have reached the playoffs 14 times, which is tied for the sixthhighest total in the NBA:
FRANCHISE
San Antonio Spurs
Los Angeles Lakers
Miami Heat
Indiana Pacers
Utah Jazz
ORLANDO MAGIC
Phoenix Suns
Portland Trail Blazers
Chicago Bulls

# OF PLAYOFF APPEARANCES SINCE 1993-94


20
18
17
15
15
14
14
14
14

COACHING CHANGE
On Feb. 5, the Orlando Magic relieved Jacque Vaughn from his head coaching duties, General Manager Rob Hennigan
announcedIn addition, James Borrego was named interim head coachVaughn was named head coach on July 27, 2012
and was the second-youngest coach in the NBA at the time of his hiringDuring his two-plus seasons in Orlando, Vaughn
compiled a record of 58-158 (.269), including 15-37 this season.
Borrego is in his third season with the MagicHe spent the previous two seasons as an assistant coach with New Orleans
(2010-12)Prior to joining New Orleans, Borrego spent seven seasons with the San Antonio Spurs from 2003-10He started
as an assistant video coordinator in the summer of 2003 and finished his tenure as an assistant coach...During those seasons,
Borrego was a part of two NBA Championships teams in 2005 and 2007.
YOUTH GONE WILD
11 players on the 2014-15 Orlando Magic roster have three NBA seasons or less under their beltsAccording to Stats, Inc., the
Orlando Magic have an average age on their roster (as of Oct. 28, 2014) of 25 years and 94 days, which ranks as the fourthyoungest in the NBA (Milwaukee, Philadelphia and Utah are younger).
HOMELAND
The Orlando Magic are 11-22 at home in 2014-15Orlando has gone 91-96 (.487) at the Amway Center since it opened in
2010-11The Magic closed Amway Arena after 2009-10 with an all-time record of 535-309 (.634) in that building.

ROAD RULES
The Orlando Magic are 10-25 on the road in 2014-15They finished just 4-37 away from last seasonOrlandos schedule was
very road heavy to start the season19 of the Magics first 28 games of 2014-15 were on the road, which is the most road
games during that span in franchise history (previous most: 17, 2002-03 and 2007-08).
DONT CALL IT A COMEBACK
On Nov. 21 @ Charlotte, the Orlando Magic overcame a 23-point second half deficit and defeated the Hornets, 105-100,
marking the largest deficit overcome this season and tying the third-largest comeback in franchise historyThe biggest
comeback win in Magic history was on Nov. 8, 1989 @ Cleveland, where Orlando overcame a 25-point deficit and won in
overtime, 117-110On Mar. 8 vs. Boston, the Magic overcame a 20-point deficit and came back for a 103-98 winHere is a
look at the largest comebacks in Orlando Magic history:
LARGEST DEFICIT
25 points
24 points
23 points
23 points
22 points
21 points

DATE/OPPONENT/FINAL
Nov. 8, 1989 @ Cleveland, 117-110 (OT)
Mar. 3, 2011 @ Miami, 99-96
Nov. 21, 2014 @ Charlotte, 105-100
Apr. 21, 1996 @ Charlotte, 103-100
Dec. 8, 2003 vs. Phoenix, 105-98
Jan. 24, 1997 @ Boston, 121-117 (OT)

WORKING OVERTIME
The Orlando Magic are 2-1 this season in games that have gone to overtimeOrlando defeated Minnesota in overtime on Nov.
7, 112-103, then topped the L.A. Lakers on Feb. 6, 103-97The Magic have played 11 double overtime games and four triple
overtime contests in franchise historyOrlando played a record ten overtime games during the 1994-95 season, going 7-3 in
those outings.
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR
The Orlando Magic are averaging 95.8 ppg. (6,511 points) and scored 100+ points 22 times (15-7 record), including a seasonhigh 121 points on Jan. 12 @ Chicago.
The Orlando Magic are shooting .454 (2,538-5,5879) from the floor and have shot 50 percent or better 14 times (10-4 record),
including a season-best .593 (48-81 FG) on Jan. 12 @ ChicagoSince the 2008-09 campaign, Orlando is 92-20 when shooting
50 percent or better from the field.
**MAGIC TRICKS SCORING**
On Jan. 12 @ Chicago, Orlando recorded a 121-114 victoryThen on Jan. 14 vs. Houston, the Magic defeated the Rockets,
120-113It marked the first time since Feb. 13-16, 1996 that Orlando has scored 120+ points in consecutive outings (Feb. 13,
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1996 vs. Denver, 121-93; Feb. 16, 1996 vs. Milwaukee, 121-91)It also marks just the 13 time in franchise historyThe only
time the Magic have ever scored 120+ points in three straight games was Feb. 24-27, 1991 (Feb. 24, 1991 vs. Sacramento,
120-90; Feb. 26, 1991 @ Golden State, 131-119; Feb. 27, 1991 @ Phoenix, 124-116).
On Jan. 12 @ Chicago, Nikola Vuevi and Victor Oladipo each poured in 33 pointsThe last time two Magic players scored
33+ points in the same game was Dec. 3, 2013 @ Philadelphia, when Arron Afflalo poured in a career-high 43 points and Glen
Davis netted 33.
BALANCING ACT
The Orlando Magic have had five-or-more players score in double figures 33 times in 2014-15 (11-22 record) and six-or-more
players six times (3-3 record), including a season-high seven players on Jan. 2 vs. Brooklyn.
The Orlando Magic reserves are averaging 26.5 ppg. (1,803 points) and had a season-high 53 points on Jan. 21 @
DetroitThe Magic bench has outscored the opponents reserves 18 times in 2014-15 (5-13 record)Orlando has used 17
different starting lineups in 2014-15.
THREE-FFICIENT
The Orlando Magic have made at least one three-point field goal in 642 consecutive games, dating all the way back to Mar. 17,
2007 (last game without a three-pointer: Mar. 14, 2007 vs. Utah, 0-for-9)...The Dallas Mavericks connected on at least one
three-pointer in 1,108 games from Feb. 27, 1999-Dec. 15, 2012, the longest streak in NBA history.

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The Orlando Magic are shooting .356 (471-1,323 3FG) from three-point range in 2014-15, which ranks 11 in the NBA (as of
Mar. 16)The Magic hit a season-high 13 three-pointers on Nov. 17 @ Detroit and Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento, and have made 10+
three-pointers ten times this season (5-5 record).
DISHING IT OUT
The Orlando Magic are averaging 20.4 apg. (1,388 assists) in 2014-15 and dished out a season-high 33 assists on Nov. 17 @
DetroitThe Magic have recorded 20+ assists 42 times this season (14-28 record)When the Magic have more (or the same)
assists as their opponents, they have a record of 11-12.
HANDLE WITH CARE
The Orlando Magic are averaging 15.0 turnovers per game (1,018 turnovers) in 2014-15When the Magic have less turnovers
than the opposition, they are 10-19.
GETTING DEFENSIVE
The Orlando Magic are allowing 101.6 ppg. (6,911 points) in 2014-15, have held the opposition to less than 100 points 34 times
(15-19 record) and less than 90 points five times (4-1 record), including a season-low 83 points on Feb. 11 vs. New York.
The Orlando Magic are allowing the opposition to shoot .466 (2,588-5,555 FG) from the floor in 2014-15The Magic allowed a
season-low 34.2 percent (25-73) on Feb. 11 vs. New York and have held opponents to under 50 percent shooting from the field
47 times (19-28 record).
**MAGIC TRICKS DEE-FENSE!**
During the 16 games under James Borrego (Feb. 6-present), the Orlando Magic have held their opponents to under 100 points
in 12 times.
Orlando held opponents to under 100 points in nine consecutive outings from Feb. 6-Mar. 1, which was the third-longest streak
in the NBA this season:
TEAM
CONSEC. GAMES UNDER 100 POINTS (DATES)
Charlotte Hornets
10 (Jan. 2-21)
Cleveland Cavaliers
10 (Jan. 19-Feb. 5)
ORLANDO MAGIC
9 (Feb. 6-Mar. 1)
Brooklyn Nets
8 (Dec. 29-Jan. 16)
Atlanta Hawks
8 (Jan. 11-23)
The last time Orlando had held the opposition to under 100 points in nine straight games was Dec. 3-26, 2012, where they
accomplished the feat in a team-record 12 consecutive outings.
**MAGIC TRICKS GETTING STOPS EARLY**
On Dec. 23, the Orlando Magic held Boston to only nine points during the first quarter, which is tied for the second-fewest in any
first quarter in franchise historyThe fewest points ever allowed during a first quarter is eight, set back on Nov. 23, 1994 vs.
Houston and again on Apr. 22, 1999 vs. Miami.
CLEANING THE GLASS
The Orlando Magic are averaging 41.3 rpg. (2,806 rebounds) in 2014-15The Magic ripped down a season-high 56 rebounds
on Oct. 28 @ New Orleans and Mar. 8 vs. Boston, and have had 50+ rebounds five times (3-2 record)Orlando is 11-15 when
they have more (or the same) rebounds than its opponents.
The Orlando Magic are averaging 31.8 defensive rebounds per game (2,159 defensive rebounds) in 2014-15The Magic rank
fourth in the NBA in offensive rebounds allowed, surrendering only 9.79 orpg. (666 opp. offensive rebounds), and rank fifth in the
league in defensive rebounding percentage (.764, as of Mar. 16).
CALLING ALL-STARS
The Orlando Magic were well represented at NBA All-Star Weekend 2015 in New York CityVictor Oladipo tallied a team-hightying 22 points, four assists, three rebounds and team-high-tying four steals for the United States during the BBVA Compass
Rising Stars Challenge and finished second in the Sprite Slam Dunk contest to Minnesotas Zach LavineElfrid Payton also
represented the United States in the BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge, recording two points, three rebounds and three
assists.

VOOCH SEEING DOUBLE


Nikola Vuevi has recorded a team-high 38 double-doubles in 2014-15, which ranks third in the NBA (as of Mar. 16), and now
has 122 double-doubles during his career (two in 2011-12; 46 in 2012-13; 36 in 2013-14)He has led (or tied) the team in
scoring 22 times, in rebounding a team-high 45 times and in assists twiceDuring the last two seasons, he is one of only five
NBA players to average 10+ rebounds, joining Dwight Howard, Kevin Love, Joakim Noah and Zach Randolph.
**MAGIC TRICKS 20/20 VISION**
On Oct. 28 @ New Orleans, Nikola Vuevi tallied 23 reboundsThe 23 rebounds were the most ever by a Magic player in a
regular season opener (ONeal, 18, Nov. 6, 1992 vs. Miami)It marks the seventh career 20+ rebound game for VueviHe
also owns the franchise record for most rebounds in a single game with 29, set on Dec. 31, 2012 vs. MiamiVuevi has six
career 20-point/20-rebound games and two career 30-point/20-rebound outingsVuevi has five 30+ point games this season,
including a career-high 34 points on Jan. 10 @ Portland and Jan. 23 @ New York.
Vuevi recorded a career-high 34 points and 16 rebounds on Jan. 10 @ Portland, becoming just the fourth player in Magic
history to record 34+ points and 16+ rebounds in a single gameHe joins Shaquille ONeal (23 times), Dwight Howard (seven
times) and Tracy McGrady (once)Vuevi accomplished the feat a second time on Jan. 23 @ New York with a career-hightying 34 points and 18 rebounds.
OH-LADIPO!
After missing the first nine games of the season due to a facial fracture, Victor Oladipo has steadily improved as the 2014-15
season has progressedOladipo has led (or tied) the team in scoring 22 times, in rebounding once and in assists 18 timesHe
has scored in double figures 54 times, had 20+ points 19 times and 30+ points four times, including a career-high 38 points on
Mar. 4 vs. Phoenix, the most points scored by a Magic player this season.
**MAGIC TRICKS VICTOR-IOUS**
On Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento, Victor Oladipo tallied 32 points, 10 assists and five stealsHe became just the second player in the
NBA this season to record 30+ points, 10+ assists and five-plus steals in the same game, joining Oklahoma Citys Russell
Westbrook (Dec. 25 @ San Antonio, 34 points, 11 assists, five steals)The only other player in Orlando Magic history to have
30+ points, 10+ assists and five-plus steals in a single game is Darrell Armstrong, who tallied 33 points, 14 assists and five
steals on Nov. 24, 1999 vs. DallasOladipo also became just the fourth player in the NBA this season to record back-to-back
games with 30+ points and three-plus steals, joining James Harden, LeBron James and Westbrook.
On Jan. 12-14, Victor Oladipo became just the fourth player in Orlando Magic history to have 30+ points, shoot 60%+ from the
floor and make at least one three-pointer in back-to-back gamesThe others were Scott Skiles (Nov. 25-27, 1992), Anfernee
Hardaway (Nov. 14-16, 1995) and Tracy McGrady (Feb. 16-18, 2001).
PAYTON PAVES OWN WAY
Elfrid Payton made his NBA regular season debut on Oct. 28 @ New Orleans, tallying four points, a team-high seven assists,
five rebounds and one steal in 31 minutes of actionPayton became the first rookie in Orlando Magic history to start at point
guard in the teams regular season openerAnfernee Hardaway started in his NBA debut on Nov. 5, 1993 @ Miami, but was
joined in the backcourt by veteran point guard Scott SkilesPayton has led (or tied) the team in scoring twice, in rebounding
three times and in assists a team-high 50 times this season, including a career-high 12 assists on Jan. 16 vs. Memphis and Mar.
6 vs. SacramentoHe has scored in double figures 28 times and has 20+ points twice, including a career-high 22 points on Jan.
16 vs. MemphisPayton has seven double-doubles.
**MAGIC TRICKS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH**
Elfrid Payton was named the NBA Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for JanuaryHe became just the sixth player in
Magic history to earn the honor, joining Dennis Scott, Shaquille ONeal (four times), Anfernee Hardaway (twice), Mike Miller
(twice) and Victor Oladipo (twice)During January (15 games), Payton averaged 10.7 ppg., 6.9 apg. and 1.87 stlpg.He
scored in double figures eight times, dished out 10+ assists three times and had two double-doublesPayton led (or tied) the
team in scoring once, in rebounding once and in assists 13 timesOn Jan. 16 vs. Memphis, he tallied career-highs of 22 points
and 12 assists.
**MAGIC TRICKS PAYTON MAKES HISTORY**
On Nov. 4 @ Chicago, Elfrid Payton dished out a team-high seven assistsPayton became just the third player in NBA history
to dish out 7+ assists in each of his first four career games, joining Oscar Robertson and John WallRobertson handed out 7+
assists in each of his first ten games with Cincinnati in 1960, while Wall recorded 7+ assists in the first seven outings of his
career in 2010 with Washington.

MAGIC BACKCOURT DOUBLES UP


On Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento, Victor Oladipo (32 points, 10 assists) and Elfrid Payton (10 points, 12 assists) each recorded a
points/assists double-doubleIt marked just the eighth time in Orlando Magic history that two players recorded a points/assists
double-double during the same gameIt was also the first time it happened since Dec. 19, 2003 vs. Golden State, when Tracy
McGrady (29 points, 12 assists) and Rod Strickland (11 points, 12 assists) both recorded double-doubles.
ALL BUSINESS
Tobias Harris, known to his teammates as All Business, has made his during the 2014-15 seasonHarris hit the gamewinning jumper as time expired on both Nov. 5 @ Philadelphia and Dec. 13 vs. Atlanta, marking the third game-winning shot of
his careerHe also beat the buzzer with a two-handed dunk back on Feb. 7, 2014 vs. Oklahoma CityHarris has led (or tied)
the team in scoring a team-best 18 times, in rebounding nine times and in assists three times this seasonHe poured in a
career-high 34 points on Feb. 6 vs. L.A. Lakers.
**MAGIC TRICKS HARRIS**
Tobias Harris scored in double figures in the first 38 games that he has played, until putting up just nine points on Jan. 23 @
New YorkThat was the longest streak of scoring 10+ points in his career and ended the second-longest active streak in the
NBAHarris scored 10+ points in 18 consecutive outings from Feb. 7-Mar. 19, 2014.
THE FRENCH CONNECTION
Evan Fournier helped France capture the bronze medal at this summers FIBA Basketball World Cup, and his play has carried
over to his new team in OrlandoFournier has led (or tied) the team in scoring six times and in assists four times this season,
has scored in double figures 37 times and had 20+ points six times, including a career-high 28 points on Nov. 12 @ New York.
**MAGIC TRICKS MORE FOURNIER**
During his first two NBA seasons with Denver, Evan Fournier scored 15+ points 16 times in 114 gamesThis season, he has
scored 15+ points 19 times in 56 games played.
Evan Fournier had a streak of 32 consecutive games with at least one three-pointer made snapped on Dec. 17 @ Boston, going
0-for-3 beyond the arcThe longest three-point streak in Magic history is 78 games, set by Dennis Scott from Apr. 19, 1995Apr. 7, 1996.
BACK-TO-BACKS
The Orlando Magic have 17 back-to-backs during the 2014-15 campaignThe Magic are 9-19 in back-to-back situations (4-10
in the first game and 5-9 in the second game)Last season, Orlando was 6-30 in back-to-backs (1-17 in the first game, 5-13 in
the second game).
**MAGIC TRICKS HOME AND HOME**
On Jan. 2 and 3, the Orlando Magic hosted Brooklyn and Charlotte in a rare home back-to-back setIt marked the first time
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since Jan. 17-18, 2012This was the 20 time in franchise history that the Magic have hosted a home back-to-back setThey
will also have a home-and-home set on Apr. 10-11.
ERIE EXTRA
The Erie BayHawks, Orlandos D-League affiliate, lost at Maine on Mar. 15, 131-106Drew Crawford and Peyton Siva led the
BayHawks with 20 points eachThe Bayhawks have a record of 19-23Eries next game will be on Mar. 20 @ DelawareThe
Orlando Magic and the Erie BayHawks have a three-year single affiliation partnership beginning with the 2014-15 NBA DLeague season.
ABOUT THE ORLANDO MAGIC AND AMWAY CENTER
Orlando's NBA franchise since 1989, the Magic's mission is to be world champions on and off the court, delivering legendary
moments every step of the way. The Magic have seen great success in a relatively short history, winning five division
championships (1995, 1996, 2008, 2009, 2010) with seven 50-plus win seasons and capturing the Eastern Conference title in
1995 and 2009. Off the court, on an annual basis, the Orlando Magic gives more than $2 million to the local community by way
of sponsorships of events, donated tickets, autographed merchandise, scholarships and grants. Orlando Magic community
relations programs impact an estimated 75,000 kids each year, while a Magic staff-wide initiative provides more than 6,000
volunteer hours annually. In addition, over the last 25 years more than $19.8 million has been distributed to local nonprofit
community organizations through the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation and the Orlando Magic Youth Fund, a McCormick
Foundation Fund (OMYF-MFF) since 1994, which serves at-risk youth. Ticket highlights for the Magic's 2014-15 season in the
Amway Center, honored with TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2013 Customer Experience Award and named SportsBusiness
Journal's 2012 Sports Facility of the Year, include: 2,500 seats priced $20 or less, 8,000 seats priced $40 or less and 9,000
seats priced $50 or under. For ticket information log on to OrlandoMagic.com or call 407-89-MAGIC.

The Orlando Magic served as the developer of the Amway Center, which hosts major national events, concerts and family
shows. Opened in the fall of 2010, the facility is owned and operated by the City of Orlando on behalf of the Central Florida
community. The Amway Center was designed to reflect the character of the community, meet the goals of the users and build
on the legacy of sports and entertainment in Orlando. The buildings exterior features a modern blend of glass and metal
materials, along with ever-changing graphics via a monumental wall along one facade. A 180-foot tall tower serves as a beacon
amid the downtown skyline. The 875,000 square foot, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified
building features a sustainable, environmentally-friendly design and unmatched technology, including 1,100 digital monitors, the
tallest high-definition video board in an NBA venue and multiple premium amenities available to all patrons in the building.
Amway Center was recently honored with TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2013 Customer Experience Award and named
SportsBusiness Journal's 2012 Sports Facility of the Year. For more information about the Amway Center, visit
AmwayCenter.com.
NOTHING BUT THE NET...
Log on to OrlandoMagic.com to get the latest information on the Orlando Magic, including updated bios, statistics, schedule
information, roster adjustments, video interviews, behind-the-scene features, stories and much more.
CHARTING THE MAGIC...(also see NBA Misc. Statistics Sheet)
2014-15 REGULAR SEASON
Orlando's Record When:
Offense...Defense...Hustle Stats...
Scoring 100-plus points: 15-7
Allowing 100-plus points: 6-28
Shooting 50 percent or better FGs: 10-4
Opponent shooting 50 percent or better FGs: 2-19
Making three or more 3 FGs: 21-47
Attempting more (or same) FTs than opponent: 9-18
Having more (or same) rebounds than opponent: 11-15
Having more (or same) assists than opponent: 11-12
Having more (or same) blocks than opponent: 6-17
Having more (or same) steals than opponent: 11-24
Having more (or same) turnovers than opponent: 11-28

Scoring less than 100 points: 6-40


Allowing less than 100 points: 15-19
Shooting under 50 percent FGs: 11-43
Opponent shooting under 50 percent FGs: 19-28
Making two or less 3 FGs: -Attempting less FTs than opponent: 12-29
Being outrebounded by opponent: 10-32
Having less assists than opponent: 10-35
Having less blocks than opponent: 15-30
Having less steals than opponent: 10-23
Having less turnovers than opponent: 10-19

Days...Months...Back-to-Backs...
Playing on Sundays: 3-7
Playing on Mondays: 3-5
Playing on Tuesdays: 1-6
Playing on Wednesdays: 4-11
Playing on Thursdays: 0-2
Playing on Fridays: 7-10
Playing on Saturdays: 3-6
Playing in first game of back-to-back: 4-10

Playing in October: 0-2 Playing in November: 7-10


Playing in December: 6-10
Playing in January: 2-13
Playing in February: 4-6
Playing in March: 2-6
Playing in April: -Playing in back-to-backs: 9-19
Playing in second game of back-to-back: 5-9

Misc....
Leading (or tied) after the first quarter: 14-16
Leading (or tied) after the first half: 12-13
Leading (or tied) after the third quarter: 16-11
Game margin is 1-5 points: 11-9
Game margin is 11+ points: 3-19
Six-plus players scoring in double figures: 3-3
Largest margin of victory: 16 pts. (Nov. 14 vs. MIL)
Largest lead during a game: 27 pts. (Dec. 23 vs. BOS)
Largest deficit during a game: 38 pts. (Jan. 18 vs. OKC)

Trailing after the first quarter: 7-30


Trailing after the first half: 9-34
Trailing after the third quarter: 5-36
Game margin is 6-10 points: 7-19
Five-plus players scoring in double figures: 11-22
Playing in overtime: 2-1
Largest margin of defeat: 32 pts. (2x, Mar. 10 @ IND)
Largest lead surrendered in loss: 15 pts. (Mar. 4 vs. PHX)
Largest deficit overcome to win: 23 pts. (Nov. 21 @ CHA)

Magic game-high scoring honors (including ties): Oladipo (22), Vuevi (22), Harris (18), Fournier (6), Payton (2)
Magic game-high rebounding honors (including ties): Vuevi (45), Harris (9), Dedmon (9), OQuinn (3), Payton (3), Frye
(2), A. Gordon (1), Oladipo (1)
Magic game-high assist honors (including ties): Payton (50), Oladipo (18), Fournier (4), Harris (2), Ridnour (2), OQuinn (2),
Vuevi (2), Frye (1), Harkless (1)
Double-Doubles: Vuevi (38), Harris (8), Payton (7), OQuinn (3), Oladipo (3), Dedmon (2), Frye (2)
Triple-Doubles: -Starting Line-up and record:
FORWARD
FORWARD
CENTER
GUARD
GUARD
RECORD
Harris
OQuinn
Vuevi
Fournier
Payton
0-1
Harris
Frye
Vuevi
Fournier
Payton
4-5
Harris
Frye
Vuevi
Fournier
Oladipo
4-6
Harris
Frye
Vuevi
Green
Oladipo
0-1
Fournier
Frye
Vuevi
Green
Oladipo
0-1
Harkless
Frye
Vuevi
Fournier
Oladipo
0-1
Harris
Frye
OQuinn
Fournier
Oladipo
2-4
Harris
OQuinn
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
3-7
Marble
Frye
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
2-5
A. Gordon
Frye
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
0-4
A. Gordon
Harris
Vuevi
Fournier
Payton
0-1
A. Gordon
Harris
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
0-1
Fournier
Harris
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
0-1
Harris
Frye
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
2-4
Fournier
Frye
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
2-0
Harris
Dedmon
Vuevi
Oladipo
Payton
0-5
Harris
Frye
Dedmon
Oladipo
Payton
2-0
INTERIM HEAD COACH'S BIO:

James Borrego
Overall Record:
6-10 (.375)
Record with Orlando:
6-10 (.375)
Overall Playoff Record: 0-0 (---)
Playoff Record w/ Orlando: 0-0 (---)
Seasons in League:
1st
Seasons with Orlando:
1st
James Borrego was in his third season as an assistant coach with the Orlando Magic before being named interim head coach
on Feb. 5, 2015...Recorded his first NBA head coaching win on Feb. 6 vs. L.A. LakersSpent the previous two seasons as an
assistant coach with the New Orleans Hornets (2010-12)During the summer of 2013, served as head coach for the Magics
summer league teamWas also head coach for the Hornets summer league team during the summer of 2012Has
participated in the NBAs Basketball Without Borders program in both Tokyo, Japan and Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPrior to
joining New Orleans, spent seven seasons with the San Antonio Spurs from 2003-10Started as an assistant video coordinator
in the summer of 2003 and finished his tenure as an assistant coachDuring those season seasons, was a part of two NBA
World Championship teams in 2005 and 2007Began his coaching career at the University of San Diego, where he was an
assistant coach for two seasons from 2001-03During the 2002-03 campaign, San Diego captured the West Coast Conference
Championship and earned a trip to the NCAA TournamentPlayed three seasons at the University of San Diego, and during his
senior season (2000-01), was named to the West Coast Conference All-Academic TeamEarned a bachelors degree in
English and a masters degree in leadership studies from USDBorn and raised in Albuquerque, N.M., he led Albuquerque
Academy to a pair of state championshipsHe and his wife, Megan, have a daughter, Grace, and two sons, Zachary and
Nicholas.
2014-15 REGULAR SEASON QUARTER-BY-QUARTER RECAP
MAGIC
OPPONENTS

1ST
QUARTER
1,613
(23.7 ppg.)
1,741
(25.6 ppg.)

2ND
QUARTER
1,620
(23.8 ppg.)
1,705
(25.1 ppg.)

3RD
QUARTER
1,609
(23.7 ppg.)
1,725
(25.4 ppg.)

4TH
QUARTER
1,634
(24.0 ppg.)
1,717
(25.3 ppg.)

OT

TOTAL

(three times)

35
(11.7 ppg.)
23
(7.7 ppg.)

6,511
(95.8 ppg.)
6,911
(101.6 ppg.)

**For complete bios, please see the 2014-15 Orlando Magic media guide**
(http://www.nba.com/magic/orlando-magic-2014-15-media-guide)
PLAYER BIOS:

#3 Dewayne Dedmon (C, 7-0, 245, USC, NBA Exp. 1 year)


10+ PTS: 2
10+ REBS: 3
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
11 (4-6, 0-0, 3-6)
16
0
2 blks., 28 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
6 (3-4, 0-0, 0-0)
8
0
1 blk., 17 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
2 (1-4, 0-0, 0-0)
4
0
2 blks., 20 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
5 (2-3, 0-0, 1-2)
8
0
1 blk., 25 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
3 (1-1, 0-0, 1-2)
5
0
1 stl., 18 min.
Noting Dedmon:
2014-15: Averaging 3.6 ppg. and 4.6 rpg. in 13.4 minpg. (49 games)Made seven starts 5.9 ppg., 8.1 rpg. and 1.00
blkpg. in 21.7 minpg. (41 pts., 57 rebs., 7 blks., 2 stls., 152 mins.)

Led (or tied) the team in rebounding nine times.

Tallied career-highs of 11 points and 16 rebounds on Mar. 8 vs. Boston.

Recorded two double-doubles...Had first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds in a career-high 30
minutes on Jan. 26 @ Memphis.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 23 times and had two-or-more blocks nine times, including a career-high six blocks
on Feb. 11 vs. New York.

Recorded at least one steal 12 times and had a career-high-tying two steals on Mar. 1 vs. Charlotte.

DNP-CD 17 times (Nov. 7-9, 12, 15-17, 26-30, Dec. 15-17, Jan. 10-16, 21, Feb. 4-6)On the Inactive List twice (Jan.
23-25).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS DEDMON (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
11*
16*
1 (6)#
2#
6*
30*
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Feb. 20 vs. NO
Mar. 1 vs. CHA
Feb. 11 vs. NY
Jan. 26 @ MEM

#10 Evan Fournier (G, 6-7, 205, France, NBA Exp. 2 years)
10+ PTS: 37
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Inactive-sore right hip
Mar. 10 @ IND
Inactive-sore right hip
Mar. 11 @ MIL
Inactive-sore right hip
Mar. 13 @ BOS
Inactive-sore right hip
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
Inactive-sore right hip
Noting Fournier:
2014-15: Averaging 11.9 ppg., 2.6 rpg. and 2.1 apg. in 28.8 minpg. (56 games)Shooting .374 (80-214) from three-point
rangeMade 32 starts - 14.2 ppg., 2.9 rpg. and 2.5 apg. in 33.3 minpg. (455 pts., 92 rebs., 79 asts., 21 stls., 1,065 mins.)
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As of Mar. 16, tied for 36 in the NBA in three-point FG percentage.

Led (or tied) the team in scoring six times and in assists four times.

Scored in double figures 37 times this season and had 20+ points six times, including a career-high 28 points on Nov.
12 @ New York.

Dished out a career-high eight assists on Nov. 17 @ Detroit.

Recorded at least one steal 22 times and had two-or-more steals 12 times, including a career-high four steals on Nov.
12 @ New York.

Missed 12 games due to injury: missed one game (Nov. 19) due to a left heel contusion, two games (Jan. 10-12) due to
a sprained right knee and nine games (Feb. 27-Mar. 15) due to a sore right hip.
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS FOURNIER (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
28*
6 (4)
8*
4*
1 (2)
40
Nov. 12 @ NY
Dec. 29 @ MIA
Nov. 9 @ BKN
Nov. 17 @ DET
Dec. 26 vs. CLE
Nov. 4 @ CHI

#8 Channing Frye (F-C, 6-11, 255, Arizona, NBA Exp. 8 years)


10+ PTS: 21
10+ REBS: 2
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
6 (2-10, 1-4, 1-2)
5
1
1 blk., 16 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
3 (1-5, 1-3, 0-0)
1
0
19 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
13 (4-5, 3-4, 2-2)
4
2
28 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
0 (0-2, 0-1, 0-0)
0
0
8 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
0 (0-3, 0-2, 0-0)
2
1
13 min.
Noting Frye:
2014-15: Averaging 7.6 ppg., 4.0 rpg. and 1.3 apg. in 26.1 minpg. (67 games)Shooting .393 (127-323) from three-point
rangeMade 49 starts - 8.4 ppg., 4.6 rpg. and 1.4 apg. in 29.0 minpg. (412 pts., 223 rebs., 70 asts., 37 stls., 34 blks.,
1,419 mins.)
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As of Mar. 16, ranks 20 in the NBA in three-point FG percentage.

Led (or tied) the team in rebounding twice and in assists once.

Scored in double figures 21 times and 20+ points once, including a season-high 22 points on Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento.

Recorded two double-double.

Pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds on Nov. 5 @ Philadelphia.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 26 times and had two-or-more blocks nine times, including a season-high three
blocks three times, the last on Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento.

Recorded at least one steal 32 times and had two-or-more steals nine times, including a season-high three steals on
Nov. 14 vs. Milwaukee and Jan. 18 vs. Oklahoma City.

Missed one game (Oct. 28) due to a sprained left MCL.


2014-15 SEASON HIGHS FRYE (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
22
11
5 (2)
3 (2)
3 (3)
43
Mar. 6 vs. SAC
Nov. 5 @ PHI
Jan. 14 vs. HOU
Jan. 18 vs. OKC
Mar. 6 vs. SAC
Nov. 11 @ TOR

#00 Aaron Gordon (F, 6-9, 220, Arizona, NBA Exp. Rookie)
10+ PTS: 4
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
2 (1-3, 0-2, 0-0)
2
0
1 blk., 15 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
2 (1-4, 0-0, 0-0)
2
0
12 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
7 (2-5, 1-2, 2-2)
4
1
1 blk., 18 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
11 (4-8, 1-3, 2-2)
8
0
1 stl., 1 blk., 20 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
2 (1-3, 0-2, 0-0)
1
1
1 stl., 13 min.
Noting A. Gordon:
2014-15: Averaging 5.2 ppg. and 3.1 rpg. in 15.4 minpg. (33 games)Shooting .504 (65-129) from the floorMade six
starts 7.0 ppg. and 4.0 rpg. in 22.5 minpg. (42 pts., 24 rebs., 3 asts., 2 blks., 1 stl., 135 mins.)
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As of Mar. 16, ranks among all NBA rookies in scoring (T-16 ), rebounding (T-12 ) and blocked shots (8 ).

Led (or tied) the team in rebounding once.

Scored in double figures three times, including a career-high 17 points on Nov. 7 vs. Minnesota.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 13 times and had two-or-more blocks once.

Recorded at least one steal 11 times.

Made his NBA regular season debut on Oct. 28 @ New Orleans, tallying 11 points, three rebounds, one steal and one
blocked shot in 28 minutes.

Made his first NBA start on Jan. 25 vs. Indiana, tallying nine points, four rebounds and one blocked shot in 21 minutes.

Missed 34 games due to injury: Missed 31 games (Nov. 17-Jan. 14) due to a fractured fifth metatarsal in his left foot
(Underwent surgery on Nov. 21), one game (Feb. 4) due to a sore left foot and two games (Feb. 27-Mar. 1) due to a
sprained right ankleOn the Inactive List once (Jan. 16).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS A. GORDON (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
17*
8 (2)*
3*
1 (11)*
2*
30*
Nov. 7 vs. MIN
Mar. 13 @ BOS
Nov. 14 vs. MIL
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
Nov. 7 vs. MIN
Jan. 31 vs. DAL

#7 Ben Gordon (G, 6-3, 205, Connecticut, NBA Exp. 10 years)


10+ PTS: 15
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
2 (0-3, 0-1, 2-4)
1
2
10 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
2 (1-2, 0-1, 0-0)
3
0
6 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
DNP-CD
Mar. 13 @ BOS
DNP-CD
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
DNP-CD
Noting B. Gordon:
2014-15: Averaging 6.1 ppg. and 1.1 rpg. in 14.0 minpg. (52 games)Shooting .368 (32-87) from three-point range and
.836 (51-61) from the free throw line.

Scored in double figures 15 times this season and had 20+ points once, including a season-high 22 points on Oct. 30
vs. Washington.

Recorded at least one steal 11 times and two-or-more steals three times.

Ejected after arguing with an official during the fourth quarter on Jan. 31 vs. Dallas.

DNP-CD 14 times (Nov. 12-14, 19, Feb. 2, 6-9, 20-27, Mar. 11-15)On the Inactive List twice (Jan. 25-26).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS B. GORDON (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
22
4 (3)
4
2 (3)
1
26 (2)
Oct. 30 vs. WAS
Jan. 10 @ POR
Oct. 30 vs. WAS
Jan. 18 vs. OKC
Dec. 27 @ CHA
Jan. 10 @ POR

#34 Willie Green (G, 6-3, 205, Detroit Mercy, NBA Exp. 11 years)
10+ PTS: 7
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
DNP-sore right Achilles
Mar. 10 @ IND
3 (1-2, 1-1, 0-0)
1
0
9 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
DNP-low back spasms
Mar. 13 @ BOS
DNP-low back spasms
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
DNP-low back spasms
Noting Green:
2014-15: Averaging 5.7 ppg., 1.6 rpg. and 1.4 apg. in 17.8 minpg. (42 games)Made two starts 3.0 ppg., 2.5 apg. and
2.0 rpg. in 31.0 minpg. (6 pts., 5 asts., 4 rebs., 1 stl., 62 mins)

Scored in double figures seven times this season, including a season-high 16 points on Jan. 29 vs. Milwaukee and
Feb. 22 vs. Philadelphia.

Recorded at least one steal 13 times and two-or-more steals four times.

Missed six games due to injury: missed one game (Dec. 21) due to flu-like symptoms, two games (Mar. 6-8) due to a
sore right Achilles and three games (Mar. 11-15) due to low back spasmsDNP-CD 20 times (Nov. 1-5, 11, Dec. 1319, 23-29, Jan. 2-10, 14-16, 23).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS GREEN (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
16 (2)
6
5
2 (4)
1 (4)
32 (2)
Feb. 22 vs. PHI
Feb. 25 vs. MIA
Jan. 21 @ DET
Feb. 22 vs. PHI
Feb. 11 vs. NY
Mar. 1 vs. CHA

#21 Maurice Harkless (F, 6-9, 215, St. Johns, NBA Exp. 2 years)
10+ PTS: 2
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
14 (6-11, 2-3, 0-3)
7
3
3 stls., 1 blk., 30 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
2 (1-6, 0-1, 0-2)
4
2
16 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
0 (0-2, 0-0, 0-0)
1
0
2 stls., 6 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
4 (1-4, 0-2, 2-2)
7
0
2 stls., 26 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
2 (1-3, 0-2, 0-0)
1
1
1 stl., 13 min.
Noting Harkless:
2014-15: Averaging 3.4 ppg. and 2.3 rpg. in 14.6 minpg. (35 games)Made one start 2.0 ppg., 4.0 apg. and 2.0 rpg. in
27.0 minpg.

Led (or tied) the team in assists once.

Scored in double figures twice this season, including a season-high 14 points on Mar. 8 vs. Boston.

Recorded at least one steal 17 times and had two-or-more steals eight times, including a season-high three steals on
Mar. 8 vs. Boston.

Recorded at least one blocked shot six times and had two-or-more blocks once.

DNP-CD 23 times (Oct. 28-30, Nov. 4, 12-14, 28-Dec. 2, 5-13, 19, 23-29, Jan. 25, Feb. 6, 11-20, Mar. 6)On the
Inactive List ten times (Jan. 2-9, 21-23, 26-29, Feb. 22-25).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS HARKLESS (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
14
7 (2)
4
3
2
30
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Mar. 13 @ BOS
Nov. 24 @ CLE
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Jan. 31 vs. DAL
Mar. 8 vs. BOS

#12 Tobias Harris (F, 6-9, 235, Tennessee, NBA Exp. 3 years)
10+ PTS: 53
10+ REBS: 8
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
21 (8-17, 2-7, 3-3)
4
1
2 stls., 2 blks., 42 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
22 (8-17, 1-4, 5-6)
6
0
2 stls., 30 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
17 (7-16, 3-5, 0-0)
3
3
3 stls., 1 blk., 39 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
16 (6-12, 2-5, 2-3)
4
3
1 stl., 38 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
24 (9-15, 3-6, 3-4)
8
1
1 stl., 46 min.
Noting Harris:
2014-15: Averaging 17.1 ppg., 6.3 rpg., 1.9 apg. and 1.07 stlpg. in 35.0 minpg. (58 games)Shooting .374 (73-195) from
three-point rangeMade 53 starts - 17.7 ppg., 6.5 rpg., 2.0 apg. and 1.13 stlpg. in 35.9 minpg. (938 pts., 345 rebs., 107
asts., 60 stls., 32 blks., 1,902 mins.)
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As of Mar. 16, tied for 14 in the NBA in minutes played, ranks 28 in scoring and tied for 36 in three-point FG
percentage.

Led (or tied) the team in scoring 18 times, in rebounding nine times and in assists three times.

Scored in double figures 53 times and had 20+ points 17 times, including a career-high 34 points on Feb. 6 vs. L.A.
Lakers (also played a career-high 45 minutes in that contest).

Hit the game-winning jumper as time expired on Nov. 5 @ Philadelphia and Dec. 13 vs. Atlanta.

Recorded eight double-doubles.

Had 10+ rebounds eight times, including a season-high 16 boards twice, on Nov. 7 vs. Minnesota and on Nov. 21 @
Charlotte.

Dished out a career-high-tying six assists (also had 23 points and 10 rebounds) on Feb. 4 @ San Antonio.

Recorded at least one steal 40 times and had two-or-more steals 14 times, including a career-high five steals on Nov.
17 @ Detroit.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 26 times and had two blocks five times, including a career-high-tying three blocks
on Dec. 13 vs. Atlanta.

Missed ten games due to injury: missed two games (Nov. 22-24) due to a strained right calf, five games (Jan. 10-18)
due to a sprained left ankle and three games (Feb. 9-20) due to a sore right knee.
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS HARRIS (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
34*
16 (2)
6#
5*
3#
46*
Feb. 6 vs. LAL
Nov. 21 @ CHA
Feb. 4 @ SAN
Nov. 17 @ DET
Dec. 13 vs. ATL
Mar. 15 vs. CLE

#11 Devyn Marble (G, 6-6, 200, Iowa, NBA Exp. Rookie)
10+ PTS: 0
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Inactive List-detached retina
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Inactive List-detached retina
Mar. 10 @ IND
Inactive List-detached retina
Mar. 11 @ MIL
Inactive List-detached retina
Mar. 13 @ BOS
Inactive List-detached retina
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
Noting Marble:
2014-15: Averaging 2.3 ppg., 1.9 rpg. and 1.1 apg. in 13.0 minpg. (16 games)Made seven starts 4.1 ppg., 3.1 rpg., 2.1
apg. and 1.14 stlpg. in 23.1 minpg. (29 pts., 22 rebs., 15 asts., 8 stls., 1 blk., 162 mins.)

Recorded at least one steal three times and two-or-more steals twice, including a career-high five steals on Jan. 10 @
Portland.

Made his first NBA start on Jan. 10 @ Portland, recording six points, three rebounds, two assists and five steals in 25
minutes.

Made his NBA regular season debut on Oct. 28 @ New Orleans, tallying four points and one rebound in three minutes.

Missed 23 games due to injury: missed 16 games (Nov. 9-Dec. 5) due to a strained right rotator cuff and seven games
(Mar. 4-15) due to a detached retina in his left eye.

DNP-CD ten times (Nov. 4-5, Dec. 6-10, 21, Jan. 7, 26, Feb. 9, 27-Mar. 1)On the Inactive List 19 times (Dec. 13-19,
23-30, Jan. 29-Feb. 8, 11-25).

In six games with the Erie BayHawks of the NBA Development League, averaging 13.0 ppg., 5.2 rpg., 2.2 apg. and
1.17 stlpg. in 30.3 minpg. (78 pts, 31 rebs, 13 asts, 7 stls, 1 blk, 182 mins)Assigned to Erie on Dec. 26 and recalled
on Jan. 2Assigned on Feb. 2 and recalled Feb. 7Assigned on Feb. 17 and recalled on Feb. 21.
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS MARBLE (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
8*
5*
4*
5*
1 (2)*
32*
Jan. 16 vs. MEM
Jan. 12 @ CHI
Jan. 12 @ CHI
Jan. 10 @ POR
Jan. 25 vs. IND
Jan. 16 vs. MEM

#44 Andrew Nicholson (F, 6-9, 250, St. Bonaventure, NBA Exp. 2 years)
10+ PTS: 4
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
6 (3-5, 0-1, 0-0)
1
1
1 blk., 9 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
0 (0-7, 0-1, 0-0)
2
0
2 blks., 1 stl., 13 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
DNP-CD
Mar. 13 @ BOS
DNP-CD
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
0 (0-0, 0-0, 0-0)
1
0
5 min.
Noting Nicholson:
2014-15: Averaging 4.0 ppg. and 1.7 rpg. in 10.4 minpg. (27 games)

Scored in double figures four times this season, including a season-high 14 points on Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento.

Recorded at least one steal four times.

Recorded at least one blocked shot six times and two-or-more blocks twice.

DNP-CD 37 times (Oct. 28, Nov. 4-11, 15, 22, 26, 30-Dec. 2, 12-15, 19-29, Jan. 2-3, 12-16, 23-31, Feb. 4, 8-11, 25,
Mar. 11)On the Inactive List four times (Jan. 18-21, Feb. 2, 6).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS NICHOLSON (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
14
5 (2)
1 (11)
1 (4)
2 (2)
24
Mar. 6 vs. SAC
Mar. 4 vs. PHX
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Mar. 10 @ IND
Mar. 10 @ IND
Mar. 6 vs. SAC

#2 Kyle OQuinn (F-C, 6-10, 250, Norfolk State, NBA Exp. 2 years)
10+ PTS: 9
10+ REBS: 3
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
0 (0-0, 0-0, 0-0)
3
0
5 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
6 (3-5, 0-0, 0-0)
4
0
7 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
DNP-CD
Mar. 13 @ BOS
DNP-CD
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
DNP-CD
Noting OQuinn:
2014-15: Averaging 5.9 ppg., 4.0 rpg. and 1.2 apg. in 16.5 minpg. (45 games)Made 17 starts 7.8 ppg., 4.5 rpg., 1.7
apg. and 1.12 blkpg. in 21.2 minpg. (133 pts., 77 rebs., 29 asts., 19 blks., 12 stls., 361 mins.)

Led (or tied) the team in rebounding three times and in assists twice.

Scored in double figures nine times and had 20+ points once, including a season-high 21 points on Dec. 2 @ Golden
State.

Had 10+ rebounds three times, including a season-high 13 rebounds on Dec. 23 vs. Boston.

Recorded three double-doubles.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 26 times and two-or-more blocks eight times, including a season-high four blocks
on Dec. 21 vs. Philadelphia.

Recorded at least one steal 21 times and two-or-more steals five times, including a season-high three steals on Dec.
19 vs. Utah and Feb. 2 @ Oklahoma City.

Ejected after being called for a Flagrant-2 foul at 5:54 of the second quarter on Dec. 3 @ L.A. Clippers.

Missed 15 games (Oct. 30-Nov. 24) due to a sprained left ankleDNP-CD eight times (Jan. 31, Feb. 22-25, Mar. 1-4,
11-15).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS OQUINN (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
21
13
5
3 (2)
4
34
Dec. 2 @ GS
Dec. 23 vs. BOS
Oct. 28 @ NO
Feb. 2 @ OKC
Dec. 21 vs. PHI
Dec. 23 vs. BOS

#5 Victor Oladipo (G, 6-4, 210, Indiana, NBA Exp. 1 year)


10+ PTS: 54
10+ REBS: 2
10+ ASTS: 1
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
22 (7-16, 2-3, 6-6)
7
5
2 stls., 42 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
13 (4-12, 1-3, 4-4)
3
2
3 stls., 3 blks., 32 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
14 (4-17, 2-4, 4-4)
1
6
3 stls., 39 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
11 (5-14, 0-4, 1-2)
6
4
2 stls., 36 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
25 (8-21, 3-4, 6-10)
1
7
2 stls., 41 min.
Noting Oladipo:
2014-15: Averaging 17.4 ppg., 4.1 rpg., 4.0 apg. and a team-high 1.66 stlpg. in a team-high 35.0 minpg. (58
games)Shooting .817 (206-252) from the free throw lineMade 57 starts 17.5 ppg., 4.1 rpg., 4.1 apg. and 1.68 stlpg.
in 35.2 minpg. (997 pts., 236 rebs., 232 asts., 96 stls., 11 blks., 2,004 mins.)
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As of Mar. 16, tied for 14 in the NBA in minutes played, tied for 15 in steals, ranks 22 in scoring and tied for 39 in
assists.

Led (or tied) the team in scoring 22 times, in rebounding once and in assists 18 times.

Scored in double figures 54 times, had 20+ points 19 times and had 30+ points four times, including a career-high 38
points on Mar. 4 vs. Phoenix.

Hit eventual game-winning free throw with 6.6 seconds left on Dec. 29 @ Miami.

Recorded three double-doubles.

Pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds on Feb. 25 vs. Miami.

Dished out a season-high 10 assists on Mar. 6 vs. SacramentoIn same game, tallied 32 points and five steals,
becoming only second player in the NBA this season with 30+ points, 10+ assists and five-plus steals in same game
(Westbrook)Also became just the second player in Magic history with 30+ points, 10+ assists and five-plus steals in
same game (Armstrong, Nov. 24, 1999).

Recorded at least one steal 51 times and two-or-more steals 30 times, including a career-high-tying five steals on Mar.
6 vs. Sacramento.

Tied a career-high with three blocked shots on Mar. 10 @ Indiana.

During 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend, tallied a team-high-tying 22 points, four assists, three rebounds and team-hightying four steals for the United States during the BBVA Compass Rising Stars ChallengeAlso finished second in the
Sprite Slam Dunk contest to Minnesotas Zach Lavine.

Missed ten games due to injury: missed nine games (Oct. 28-Nov. 12) due to a facial fracture and once (Jan. 31) due
to a sore right Achilles.
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS OLADIPO (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
38*
13*
10
5#
3#
43
Mar. 4 vs. PHX
Feb. 25 vs. MIA
Mar. 6 vs. SAC
Mar. 6 vs. SAC
Mar. 10 @ IND
Mar. 4 vs. PHX

#4 Elfrid Payton (G, 6-4, 185, Louisiana-Lafayette, NBA Exp. Rookie)


10+ PTS: 28
10+ REBS: 1
10+ ASTS: 8
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
19 (7-16, 0-1, 5-6)
10
7
1 stl., 42 min.
Mar. 10 @ IND
14 (5-13, 0-0, 4-6)
3
6
1 stl., 1 blk., 32 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
14 (6-12, 0-1, 2-2)
2
5
2 stls., 35 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
20 (7-16, 2-3, 4-15)
5
9
1 stl., 1 blk., 34 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
13 (5-14, 1-1, 2-6)
9
10
2 stls., 38 min.
Noting Payton:
2014-15: Averaging 8.4 ppg., a team-high 6.0 apg., 3.9 rpg. and 1.53 stlpg. in 28.9 minpg.Made 49 starts 9.0 ppg., 6.6
apg., 4.3 rpg. and 1.63 stlpg. in 31.3 minpg. (439 pts., 323 asts., 211 rebs., 80 stls., 12 blks., 1,536 mins.)
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rebounding (8 ), assists (1 ), FG percentage (8 ), steals (2 ) and minutes played (5 ).

Led (or tied) the team in scoring twice, in rebounding three times and in assists a team-high 50 times.

Scored in double figures 28 times and had 20+ points twice, including a career-high 22 points on Jan. 16 vs. Memphis.

Dished out 10+ assists eight times, including a career-high 12 assists on Jan. 16 vs. Memphis and Mar. 6 vs.
Sacramento.

Recorded seven double-doubles.

Ripped down a career-high 10 rebounds (also had 19 points and seven assists) on Mar. 8 vs. Boston.

Recorded at least one steal 53 times and two-or-more steals 29 times, including a career-high six steals on Feb. 9 @
Washington.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 12 times and had two-or-more once.

During 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend, recorded two points, three rebounds and three assists for the United States in the
BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge.

Became only the third player in NBA history to record seven-or-more assists in his first four career games (Oscar
Robertson, John Wall).

Made his NBA regular season debut and his first NBA start on Oct. 28 @ New Orleans, tallying four points, a gamehigh seven assists, five rebounds and one steal in 31 minutesBecame the first rookie in Magic history to start at point
guard.
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS PAYTON (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
22*
10*
12 (2)*
6*
2*
42 (2)*
Jan. 16 vs. MEM
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Mar. 6 vs. SAC
Feb. 9 @ WAS
Jan. 9 @ LAL
Mar. 8 vs. BOS

#13 Luke Ridnour (G, 6-2, 175, Oregon, NBA Exp. 11 years)
10+ PTS: 3
10+ REBS: 0
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
DNP-strained right hamstring
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
Mar. 10 @ IND
0 (0-5, 0-3, 0-0)
3
3
20 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
5 (1-4, 1-2, 2-2)
0
3
1 stl., 15 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
5 (2-4, 1-2, 0-0)
1
1
1 blk., 17 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
15 (5-6, 2-3, 3-4)
1
1
3 stls., 16 min.
Noting Ridnour:
2014-15: Averaging 4.0 ppg., 2.0 apg. and 1.5 rpg. in 14.0 minpg. (40 games)

Led (or tied) the team in assists twice this season.

Scored in double figures three times, including a season-high 15 points on Mar. 15 vs. Cleveland.

Recorded at least one steal 12 times and had two-or-more twice, including a season-high three steals on Feb. 27 @
Atlanta and Mar. 15 vs. Cleveland.

Missed three games (Mar. 4-8) due to a strained right hamstringDid not play three times (Nov. 15, Feb. 8-9) due to
personal reasonsDNP-CD 22 times (Nov. 22, 28-Dec. 2, 5-19, 23-29, Jan. 2, 25-26, 31-Feb. 4).
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS RIDNOUR (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
15
4 (4)
6 (2)
3 (2)
1 (2)
29
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
Jan. 14 vs. HOU
Nov. 17 @ DET
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
Mar. 13 @ BOS
Nov. 11 @ TOR

#9 Nikola Vuevi (C, 7-0, 260, USC, NBA Exp. 3 years)


10+ PTS: 60
10+ REBS: 38
10+ ASTS: 0
LAST FIVE GAMES
PTS (FG, 3FG, FT)
REBS
ASTS
OTHER
Mar. 8 vs. BOS
DNP-sore left ankle
Mar. 10 @ IND
13 (6-10, 0-0, 1-2)
5
2
2 stls., 28 min.
Mar. 11 @ MIL
19 (9-20, 0-0, 1-1)
14
1
3 stls., 39 min.
Mar. 13 @ BOS
16 (7-17, 0-0, 2-2)
11
3
2 stls., 37 min.
Mar. 15 vs. CLE
22 (11-21, 0-0, 0-1)
15
3
1 blk., 33 min.
Noting Vuevi:
2014-15: Averaging a team-high 19.6 ppg., a team-high 11.2 rpg. and 1.9 apg. in 34.5 minpg. (60 games-60
starts)Shooting a team-best .530 (515-972) from the floor.
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nd
22 in minutes played.

Led (or tied) the team in scoring 22 times, in rebounding a team-best 45 times and in assists twice.

Scored in double figures 60 times, had 20+ points 23 times and 30+ points five times, including a career-high 34 points
(also had 16 rebounds) on Jan. 10 @ Portland and on Jan. 23 @ New York (also had 18 boards)Poured in 33 points
on Nov. 22 vs. Miami (also had 17 rebounds) and on Jan. 12 @ Chicago.

Hit pair of game-tying free throws to force overtime with 11.9 seconds left on Nov. 7 vs. Minnesota.

Tallied 10+ rebounds 38 times, 15+ rebounds ten times and 20+ rebounds once, including a season-high 23 rebounds
on Oct. 28 @ New OrleansRecorded a career-high-tying 18 defensive rebounds in that game.

Recorded a team-high 38 double-doubles.

Dished out a career-high seven assists on Dec. 26 vs. Cleveland.

Recorded at least one blocked shot 32 times and two-or-more blocks seven times, including a career-high-tying four
blocked shots on Oct. 28 @ New Orleans.

Recorded at least one steal 31 times and two-or-more steals 12 times, including a season-high three steals three
times, the last on Mar. 11 @ Milwaukee.

Missed eight games due to injury: missed two games (Dec. 2-3) due to back spasms, four games (Dec. 5-12) due to a
low back sprain and two games (Mar. 6-8) due to a sore left ankle.
2014-15 SEASON HIGHS VUEVI (*=career-high; #=tied career-high)
POINTS
REBOUNDS
ASSISTS
STEALS
BLOCKS
MINUTES
34 (2)*
23
7*
3 (3)
4#
41 (3)
Jan. 23 @ NY
Oct. 28 @ NO
Dec. 26 vs. CLE
Mar. 11 @ MIL
Oct. 28 @ NO
Feb. 11 vs. NY

2014-15 ORLANDO MAGIC ROSTER


(as of February 17, 2015)
NO.

NAME

POS

HT

WT

BIRTHDATE

PRIOR TO NBA/COUNTRY

YRS.PRO

3
10
8
00
7
34
21
12
11
44
2
5
4
13
9

Dewayne Dedmon
Evan Fournier
Channing Frye
Aaron Gordon
Ben Gordon
Willie Green
Maurice Harkless
Tobias Harris
Devyn Marble
Andrew Nicholson
Kyle OQuinn
Victor Oladipo
Elfrid Payton
Luke Ridnour
Nikola Vuevi

C
G
F
F
G
G
F
F
G
F
F-C
G
G
G
C

7-0
6-7
6-11
6-9
6-3
6-3
6-9
6-9
6-6
6-9
6-10
6-4
6-4
6-2
7-0

245
205
255
220
205
205
215
235
200
250
250
210
185
175
260

8-12-89
10-29-92
5-17-83
9-16-95
4-4-83
7-28-81
5-11-93
7-15-92
9-21-92
12-8-89
3-26-90
5-4-92
2-22-94
2-13-81
10-24-90

USC/USA
Union Poitiers/France
Arizona/USA
Arizona/USA
Connecticut/USA
Detroit Mercy/USA
St. Johns/USA
Tennessee/USA
Iowa/USA
St. Bonaventure/Canada
Norfolk State/USA
Indiana/USA
Louisiana-Lafayette/USA
Oregon/USA
USC/Montenegro

1
2
8
R
10
11
2
3
R
2
2
1
R
11
3

STAFF
Interim Head Coach: James Borrego (San Diego)
Assistant Coaches: Igor Kokoskov (Belgrade)
Assistant Coaches/Player Development: Laron Profit (Maryland), Jay Hernandez (Hofstra)
Athletic Trainer: Keon Weise (Maryland)
Strength and Conditioning Coach: Bill Burgos (Austin Peay State)
Physical Therapist/Assistant Athletic Trainer: Ron Weathers (Temple)

HOW THEY WERE BUILT


NBA Draft:
Aaron Gordon
Andrew Nicholson
Kyle OQuinn
Victor Oladipo
Trades:
Evan Fournier
Maurice Harkless
Tobias Harris

First round, fourth pick overall in 2014


th
First round, 19 pick overall in 2012
Second round, 49th pick overall in 2012
First round, second overall in 2013

Nikola Vuevi

From Denver along with the draft rights to Devyn Marble in exchange for Arron Afflalo on Jun. 26, 2014
From Philadelphia as part of a four-team, 12-player deal on Aug. 10, 2012
From Milwaukee along with Doron Lamb and Beno Udrih in exchange for J.J. Redick, Gustavo Ayn and Ish Smith on Feb. 21,
2013
From Denver along with Evan Fournier in exchange for Arron Afflalo on Jun. 26, 2014
From Philadelphia in exchange for draft rights to Dario Saric, a future first round draft pick and a future second round draft pick on
Jun. 26, 2014
From Philadelphia as part of a four team, 12-player deal on Aug. 10, 2012

Free Agency:
Dewayne Dedmon
Channing Frye
Ben Gordon
Luke Ridnour

Originally signed to a 10-day contract on Feb. 25, 2014


Originally signed on Jul. 14, 2014
Originally signed on Jul. 11, 2014
Originally signed on Jul. 25, 2014

Waivers:
Willie Green

Claimed off of waivers on Jun. 30, 2014

Devyn Marble
Elfrid Payton

MEET THE MAGIC


DEWAYNE DEDMON
He didnt play organized basketball until his senior year of high school due to religious reasons, as detailed in a
November 2011 Sports Illustrated article. He grew three inches to seven-feet after graduating from high school.
He led the USC Trojans in rebounding, blocked shots and steals as a junior in 2012-13. His favorite vacation
destination is Brazil and he enjoys bowling in his free time. Meet Dewayne Dedmon.
EVAN FOURNIER
He was born in Saint-Maurice, France and turned pro at the age of 16. He wore #94 as a member of the Denver
Nuggets to represent the country code of where he is from in France. He likes to spend time with his family and
watch movies in his spare time. He is a big fan of the TV series Game of Thrones and has a dog named Simba.
Meet Evan Fournier.
CHANNING FYRE
He and his wife, Lauren, have a son, Hendrix (born Oct. 2010), and a daughter, Margaux (born April 2012) and he
is the cousin of Magic forward Tobias Harris. He established the C. Frye Foundation in 2007 and has been
extremely active in the community throughout his time in the NBA. His favorite magazine is GQ and he likes to fish
and golf during the offseason. He enjoys reading and doing yoga in his free time. Meet Channing Frye.
AARON GORDON
He earned MVP honors at the 2012 Under Armour Elite 24 Game, the 2013 McDonalds All-American Game, and
the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championships in Prague, where he led the United States to a gold medal. He led
Archbishop Mitty High School to consecutive state titles in 2011 and 2012 and became only the fourth two-time
California Mr. Basketball selection since 1979. He enjoys playing golf, his favorite movie is Space Jam and he is a
fan of the San Jose Sharks. Meet Aaron Gordon.
BEN GORDON
He was born in London, England, before moving to the United States shortly after birth. He enjoys reading and
spending time with family and friends in his spare time. During his junior season at Connecticut, he made 104
three-pointers which is the second-highest single season total in school history. He majored in pre-business
administration and his favorite vacation sport is Jamaica. Meet Ben Gordon.
WILLIE GREEN
While at Cooley High School in Detroit, was coached by his uncle, Gary Green, who played basketball for Eastern
Michigan. He participated in the NBAs Basketball Without Borders program in Africa and has hosted a week-long
youth basketball camp in his hometown of Detroit for the past nine summers. He enjoys watching action movies,
bowling and golfing in his free time. Meet Willie Green.
MAURICE HARKLESS
During his freshman season at St. Johns, he ranked second in steals and was named the Big East Conference
Rookie of the Year. He was named MVP at the 2011 Kobe Bryant Classic. He majored in communications and is a
big fan of the New York Giants. He enjoys swimming and his favorite movie is I Am Legend. In his down time, he
enjoys hanging out with his teammates and doing yoga. Meet Maurice Harkless.
TOBIAS HARRIS
His father was the agent of Hall-of-Famer George Gervin and his cousin is Magic forward Channing Frye. He was
named New Yorks Mr. Basketball, All-USA by USA Today and a McDonalds All-American. He is the founder of the
Tobias Harris School of Business Basketball Camp, his favorite TV show is Ray Donovan and his favorite vacation
spot is the Cayman Islands. He proudly wears no.12 to pay tribute to his close friend and former teammate, Morgan
Childs, who died of Leukemia. Meet Tobias Harris.

DEVYN MARBLE
His father, Roy Marble, played collegiately at Iowa and stands as the schools all-time leading scorer. He and his
father are the only father/son duo to amass 1,000+ points at the same school, and is the highest-scoring father/son
duo in Big Ten history (3,810 points). His favorite TV show is The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and he enjoys going to
the movies. He is a talented musician and can play both the saxophone and clarinet. Meet Devyn Marble.
ANDREW NICHOLSON
He enjoys golfing during the offseason and his favorite book is The Great Gatsby. Before pursuing basketball, he
had a love for baseball and for the Toronto Blue Jays. He played in the FIBA Americas Championship with the
Canadian National Team and ranks second all-time in scoring at St. Bonaventure. He graduated with a degree in
physics and his favorite movie is The Dark Knight. Meet Andrew Nicholson.
KYLE OQUINN
He didnt start playing basketball until his junior year of high school. He was named the 2011-2012 MEAC Player of
the Year and a two-time MEAC Defensive Player of the Year while at Norfolk State. During his rookie year with the
Magic, he was named the Aleve-Publix Hustle Player of the Year. He enjoys online shopping and watching
documentaries. He loves to travel during the offseason and he is a big fan of the New York Mets. Meet Kyle
OQuinn.
VICTOR OLADIPO
He helped the Indiana Hoosiers to their second straight trip to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2013 and Indianas first
outright Big Ten regular season championship since 1993. He finished second in the 2013-14 NBA Rookie of the
Year voting and his 13.8 points per game was the fifth best scoring average of any first year player in Magic team
history. He enjoys singing, bowling, and playing video games. He was a sports communications/broadcast major at
Indiana and his favorite movie is Love and Basketball. Meet Victor Oladipo.
ELFRID PAYTON
He is just the third player in Louisiana-Lafayette history to be drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft (Andrew
Toney, eighth pick, 1980; Kevin Brooks, 18th pick, 1991). His father, Elfrid, Sr., was a Hall of Fame defensive end
for the Baltimore Stallions of the Canadian Football League and he is the second of six children, having five sisters.
He enjoys comedy movies, his favorite vacation spot is Brazil and he is a fan of the New Orleans Saints. Meet
Elfrid Payton.
LUKE RIDNOUR
During his high school basketball career, he was coached by his father and he was a McDonalds All-American in
2000. As a junior at Oregon, he dished out a school single-season record 218 assists and he was recently inducted
into the University of Oregon Athletic Hall of Fame in September 2014. His favorite vacation destination is Maui and
he enjoys surfing, boating, and spending time with his family. Meet Luke Ridnour.
NIKOLA VUEVI
His mother and father both were professional basketball players. He was raised in Belgium, his family moved to
Montenegro when he was a teenager, and he attended a year of prep school at Stoneridge Prep in Simi Valley, CA
prior to enrolling at USC. Hes a Philadelphia Eagles fan and Lord of the Rings is one of his favorite movies. He
holds the franchise record for most rebounds in a game with 29 on Dec. 31, 2012 against Miami. Meet Nikola
Vuevi.