Orlando Magic NBA Championship Odds 2022-23

The current Orlando Magic NBA championship odds are . Orlando may not have any real shot at winning an NBA Championship this upcoming season; however, its future is incredibly bright after drafting Paolo Banchero, an uber-talented forward with incredible size and scoring prowess. The Banchero selection marks yet another high draft selection that the Magic add to their roster. Hopefully, he helps move the needle in the coming years for a team that has struggled mightily since they moved on from future Hall-of-Fame center Dwight Howard.

Orlando Magic NBA Championship Odds & Futures 2022-23

Orlando’s futures are listed in this table, beginning with its odds of winning an NBA Championship and ending with its regular season win total future and the odds of it making the playoffs. Click in the boxes below to be redirected to the sportsbook offering those odds on a particular future if it interests you!

Orlando Magic NBA Championship Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated February 2023)
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The Magic may not have gotten what they wanted out of Top 5 pick Jalen Suggs last season, but they certainly did with their second lottery pick in the 2021 Draft, Franz Wagner. Wagner displayed an impressive scoring ability at the next level in just his first year, a substantial positive for the 6-foot-10 small forward. With Jonathan Isaac paired up with Banchero and  Wagner on the wing, this Magic team could surprise some teams over the next few years; they have incredible length and scoring prowess. It finally feels like Orlando is on the right track with its young core, and as long as it gets better, more consistent guard play, the sky is the limit over the next few seasons.

Reasons Why Orlando Magic Can & Can’t Win NBA 2022-23 Championship

Strengths

  • Youth/Upside: As mentioned above, it is hard to dislike the young core of Jonathan Isaac, Franz Wagner, Jalen Suggs, Paolo Banchero, Cole Anthony, Markelle Fultz, Mo Bamba, and Wendell Carter Jr. Even if only three or four of those guys turn into high-quality long-term players for Orlando, it has done well in rebuilding. Banchero, Wagner, and Isaac already have my attention as far as young, talented wings go; they could make a gigantic splash over the next decade as long as they stay healthy and hungry. The bigger question with the Magic right now is guard play, but if they get Suggs, Fultz, and Anthony playing at a high level, they will have a high ceiling.

    Weaknesses

    • Organization: This organization has been a mess for a while; they never seem to make the right moves and don’t have much direction. The best thing the Magic have done in recent years was trading away Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon, and Evan Fournier to make room for their youth (and tank properly.) Hopefully, the front office and coaching will improve and help Orlando have some semblance of functionality.
    • Guard Play: Currently, there are some serious question marks with the Orlando Magic regarding their backcourt. I’m not sold on R.J. Hampton, Jalen Suggs, or Cole Anthony at the moment. Ironically, Markelle Fultz is one of the Magic guards in which I have the most faith; however, his injury history has not been favorable.
    • Offense/Scoring Efficiency: You can chalk up some of last season’s struggles to an unfortunate amount of injuries to key players, but Jonathan Isaac and Markelle Fultz’s returns will not single-handedly fix all of the issues this team has offensively. The Magic finished dead last in offensive efficiency and rating while also ranking in the bottom three in effective field goal and three-point percentage. Paolo Banchero’s arrival, and hopefully, a season with fewer injuries, should help slightly, but don’t expect Orlando to be a whole lot better on that side of the ball.
        Drew is one of the NBA Lead Writers at Lineups.com, specializing in betting content such as game predictions and player props. With a deep knowledge of players and prospects, Drew has an extensive edge in covering everything NBA.

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