Rookies Jonathan Isaac and Wesley Iwundu will headline the Magic’s roster for the Orlando Pro Summer League. The roster also includes second-year players Stephen Zimmerman, Patricio Garino and Marcus Georges-Hunt. League games are scheduled to begin Saturday and will run through July 6. The league also will feature entries by the Charlotte Hornets, Dallas Mavericks, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder.
If Jonathan Isaac becomes a star, the Orlando Magic will owe a deep debt of gratitude to at least two people who no longer work on the team’s basketball operations staff. Florida State coaches said two members of the Magic front office — former scouting coordinator John Halas and former video analyst for personnel Brad Jones — visited Tallahassee in early May and spent a day speaking with people in and around the Seminoles’ basketball program to learn as much as possible about Isaac.
Orlando Magic officials are bullish about Jonathan Isaac, the player they drafted sixth overall in the 2017 NBA Draft. He possesses length, a promising shooting stroke and agile feet. People who know Isaac well also rave about his character. But as the Magic’s decision-makers salivate over what Isaac’s arrival could mean in the future, those same decision-makers also must study the past. They cannot repeat one of the major mistakes of Rob Hennigan’s tenure as general manager.
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