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It’s been a while since we last saw the Orland Magic be competitive in the NBA. Even so, the front office has done everything it can to acquire as many talented prospects as possible. Hopefully, a brighter future is ahead, especially after the Magic dropped $70 million on a brand new training center.
The Magic Have The Sickest Training Center In The NBA
According to Front Office Sports, Orlando spent a whopping $70 million on their brand new AdventHealth training center. It comes complete with two practice courts, an 8,000 square-foot weight room, recovery and massage rooms, float pod (whatever that is), cryotherapy, altitude chamber, outdoor pool, a turf area, a sauna, and a steam room.
The Orlando Magic have unveiled their new, state-of-the-art $70 million AdventHealth Training Center 🏢
▪️ Two new practice courts
▪️ 8,000 sq ft weight room
▪️ Recovery, massage rooms
▪️ Float pod, cryotherapy
▪️ Altitude chamber
▪️ Outdoor pool, turf area
▪️ Sauna, steam room pic.twitter.com/eRt6asHzo5
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) August 31, 2022
All this place needs is a kitchen and a small bedroom and I will gladly live there for the rest of my days. Florida is known as a retirement destination anyways, right? The Magic should have no problem getting ready for the 2022 season with this brand-new facility.
— Huncho Hoops (@HunchoHoops) August 31, 2022
They have everything they need to succeed and more. With Jalen Suggs and Paolo Banchero leading the way, the Magic should become competitive within a couple of years. But that all depends on if the young core develops their game properly. However, with this new state-of-the-art training center, Orlando can ensure its players will get the best facilities the NBA can offer.
This franchise clearly believes it can get back to playoff contention but the fanbase must be patient. After an early exit in the 2020 postseason, the Magic are clearly hoping for better longevity with its young core and new training center.
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