Orlando Magic Are Owners of the Most Depressing Offseason Timeline

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Orlando Magic Are Owners of the Most Depressing Offseason Timeline
Hennigan may be on par with his predecessor.

On June 21st, 2012, the Orlando Magic announced Rob Hennigan as their new General Manager.

After spending the last four years of his career as the Assistant GM for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Hennigan was viewed as a fresh change for the franchise and lauded for his patience and unwillingness to allow Dwight Howard to bully him into accepting the first offer placed in front of him.

He was looked upon as a beacon of hope for a team that was left in shambles following a slew of questionable decisions by former GM Otis Smith, which included the criminal act of willingly paying Rashard Lewis and Gilbert Arenas over $100 million. After seven years of Otis, Magic fans were clamoring for change.

Armed with a new GM to go with recently appointed CEO Alex Martins, the Magic looked poised for a makeover. After a series of jarring trades and re-signings, this looks less like a Hollywood makeover and closer resembles one done by your 5-year-old sister. 

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