New Orlando Magic general manager Rob Hennigan has his hands full right off the bat in his new job.
He inherits a team that is over the salary cap for next season at $65.7 million. He must plug a lot of holes before the Magic are ever considered title contenders.
But most importantly, Hennigan must decide what to do with disgruntled superstar Dwight Howard, as a decision on Howard's future will likely be made during the offseason.
Naturally, Hennigan would like to keep Howard in a Magic uniform, but in order to convince him to stay, here's five things he needs to do.