Kevin Arnovitz, Jonathan Givony, Mike Schmitz and Kevin Pelton discuss how a prospect's profile can fluctuate leading up to the draft (1:30), how to sift through the rumor mill (10:50), the top players in the 2018 draft (19:05) and draft night questions (36:10).
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/22L 120-113
- 2/24L 116-105
- 2/26L 112-105
- 2/28L 117-104
- 3/2W 115-106
- 3/3W 107-100
- 3/5L 94-80
- 3/7L 108-107
- 3/9L 94-88
- 3/10L 113-105
- 3/13L 108-72
- 3/14W 126-117
- 3/16L 92-83
- 3/20L 93-86
- 3/22L 118-98
- 3/24W 105-99
- 3/28L 111-104
- 3/30L 90-82
- 4/1L 94-88
- 4/3W 97-73
- 4/4W 105-100
- 4/6L 137-100
- 4/8L 112-101
- 4/9L 102-86
- 4/11W 101-92
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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Shaquille O'Neal and draft prospects Mikal Bridges, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Marvin Begley III teamed up with JCPenney to host a day of mentorship for teens in Brooklyn with The Y!:
Dwight Howard recalled with bitterness the time he famously put his arm around Stan Van Gundy after his then-coach with the Magic had told media Howard wanted him fired.
At least nine NBA teams will have a different coach than the one that started the 2017-18 season. Keep up with every change on the sidelines here.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Anfernee Simons, named by his parents after Penny Hardaway, worked out for the Lakers today and is eager to show teams that he is NBA-ready despite skipping one year of college for the IMG Prep Academy. The 6-4 guard averaged 22.4 points, 6.7 rebounds and shot 45% from 3 for the post-grad team and he turns 19 on June 8. Simons — who has worked out for Chicago, Phoenix and Portland and has visits scheduled with Utah, Orlando, the Knicks, Philadelphia and Milwaukee — said he made an impression on Lakers president Magic Johnson and GM Rob Pelinka. "They said you played really well and they were impressed by me coming in being so young and playing like I'm older than everybody else," Simons said.
What's next for the Magic after hiring head coach Steve Clifford? Bobby Marks breaks down their offseason options.
Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan and Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid to participate in the NBA's exhibition game in South Africa.
After meeting with ownership from the DeVos family, Steve Clifford has agreed to a four-year deal to become coach of the Magic, sources told ESPN.
The Undefeated: The day LeBron James drilled a 25-foot buzzer beater to tie Cleveland's series with the Orlando Magic
Hedo Turkoglu: 'This one really hurts'
Ryen on why Harden and CP3 won't be to blame if the Rockets lose to the Warriors and the revisionist history of the Celtics. Plus is Russillo a hero? You decide.
Magic co-founder Pat Williams will carry a talking Lil' Penny doll with him during the NBA draft lottery Tuesday night.
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Orlando has been granted permission to interview Portland assistant David Vanterpool for its vacant head coach position, league sources tell ESPN. Under Vanterpool, Trail Blazers finished seventh in defensive efficiency.
The Magic did it in '95, and the Penny/Shaq era has a lot in common with Philly in 2018
Russillo goes through all 32 teams with Todd McShay before the NFL Draft plus he talks about the NBA Playoffs and if we're giving Anthony Davis a little too much love.
Marty chats with former NBA great and Memphis Tigers head coach Penny Hardaway (1:33). Plus, Marty talks about running in the Boston Marathon a year after the bombings (37:40)
The Hornets announced Friday that they have fired coach Steve Clifford after a 36-46 season.
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Royce Young and Jackie MacMullan chat about the finally settled playoff seedings (4:05), the Wolves-Nuggets "play-in game" (14:35), the East matchups (26:05), clutch scorer of the year (38:05) and coaching changes in the league (49:10).
The crew discusses the Yankees-Red Sox brawl and the renewal of their rivalry, the matchups in the NBA's West, and two NBA teams' firings. Rebecca Lobo stops by to talk NBA.
The Magic have fired coach Frank Vogel after a two-season run; the team didn't reach 30 wins either year.
The Washington Wizards went cold in the fourth quarter of their regular-season finale Wednesday night, losing 101-92 to the Orlando Magic and finishing eighth in the Eastern Conference playoff seeding.