Offseason moves for the Orlando Magic: The ground-up rebuild starts now

In the past nine seasons, the Orlando Magic have experienced a playoff drought of six consecutive years, then reached the first round in back-to-back seasons and are now back to a full scale rebuild that started at the trade deadline, when the Magic dealt away All-Star Nikola Vucevic and veterans Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier. The return value was three first-round picks and young players RJ Hampton and Wendell Carter Jr., who were added to a remaining young core that already had a full rotation of players with five or less years of experience.

Orlando will add more of those types of players this summer, with three picks in the top 35 of the 2021 NBA draft. How will the Magic approach making those picks and continuing the rebuilding process?