The Orlando Magic have revealed a first-look at their new practice facility: the AdventHealth Training Center in Central Florida.
“We share in the excitement of this facility and our desire that it becomes a true ‘win-win’ for Central Florida and the Magic,” said Orlando Magic Chairman Dan DeVos, via NBA.com.
“We believe when this community succeeds, we all succeed. With health and wellness being a priority to a successful life, we look forward to seeing this center contribute to achieving that for both our community and our team.”
The facility features two practice courts, leisure areas, a weight-room, a dining area, a locker room, and more.
“The practice facilities around the NBA have become somewhat of an arms race and we are thrilled with the commitment of the DeVos family and AdventHealth,” said Magic President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman.
“This center is a game changer and the investment speaks to how much we care for the well-being of our players and for those that work hard every day to provide them a platform to reach their full potential. In addition, this facility will be a huge factor for those players who may be considering us as a free agent destination.”
The Magic are hoping to turn the corner after posting losing records in ten out of the last 11 seasons.
First round picks Cole Anthony, Mo Bamba, Paolo Banchero, Wendell Carter Jr., Markelle Fultz, R.J. Hampton, Jonathan Isaac, Chuma Okeke, Jalen Suggs, Franz Wagner, and Mo Wagner are all age 25 or younger.