Updated:ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) (AP)
The Magic trudged through another tough season that in many ways mirrored their first under general manager Rob Hennigan and coach Jacque Vaughn.
But Hennigan says that despite the team's 23-59 record, he saw overall improvement for a team that could be heading into the most pivotal offseason of its current rebuilding process.
Orlando enters the summer with a pair of lottery picks in June's draft, and lots of flexibility to add some roster pieces around rookie guard Victor Oladipo and big man Nik Vucevic if it wants to use it.
There are some questions, though.
The biggest might be what they will do with veteran point guard Jameer Nelson. A 10-year veteran, Nelson is the team's longest-tenured player. But he is entering the final year of a partially-guaranteed contract.