|Efficiency||107.7 (22nd)||108.7 (9th)|
|Effective FG%||50.3 (28th)||53.5 (18th)|
|Turnover %||11.4 (3rd)||13.5 (9th)|
|Off Reb %||22.4 (15th)||21.0 (6th)|
|FTA/FGA||19.1 (20th)||17.0 (4th)|
|3P%||34.1 (25th)||37.0 (24th)|
|2P%||49.8 (28th)||52.2 (14th)|
|FT%||77.0 (17th)||77.2 (15th)|
|3PA/FGA||36.0 (21st)||38.6 (18th)|
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Orlando Magic Starting Lineup - Last 5 Games
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Delayed entering bubble
Continuing rehab in bubble
Unlikely to play again in 2019-20
Isaac (knee) isn't expected to be available for the Magic when the NBA season resumes in late July, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. "There's a difference of being healthy and then being safely healthy," Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman said Thursday. "It will have been a long, long time since [Isaac and Al-Farouq Aminu (knee)] played, and you know organizationally that we're never going to put our guys in a position where they're exposed to any sort of risk of injury."
Unlikely to return in 2020-21
Aminu (knee) isn't expected to play when the NBA season resumes in Orlando in late July, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. "There's a difference of being healthy and then being safely healthy," Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman said of Aminu.
Recovered from elbow injury
Adds muscle during shutdown
Squats most weight since injury
Door open for postseason return
Isaac (knee) said Thursday in an online Q&A session with Magic season ticket holders that he'll attempt to resume playing in the 2020 postseason if he feels "110 percent" and the training staff deems him ready to go, John Denton of the team's official site reports.
Expected back when season resumes