Next moves for the Orlando Magic: Building around Markelle Fultz, Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic

Orlando needs a backup for starting point guard Markelle Fultz. AP Photo/John Raoux

If you asked the Orlando Magic why 2019-20 was a successful season, the answer would be a second straight playoff appearance and the development of Markelle Fultz into the point guard of the future.

The short-handed Magic lost to the Milwaukee Bucks in Round 1, but Fultz, at age 22, started 60 games in the regular season and five more during the playoffs.

This offseason, the Magic's attention turns to the draft, the development of their young players, the future of Evan Fournier, filling a potential gap at backup point guard and possible rookie extensions for Fultz and Jonathan Isaac.

Note: The financials in here are based on the salary cap and luxury tax holding at the 2019-20 levels, as expected.

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