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Grading the Orlando Magic's Current 2-Deep Depth Chart
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Glen Davis and Jameer Nelson celebrate the Magic's Game 1 win over Indiana in last season's playoffs.

With a number of preseason games completed and the new season edging ever closer, it's time to evaluate the Orlando Magic's depth at each position on the floor.

With a number of players still dealing with injuries, the Magic's rotation will be genuinely tested in the early part of the season. While Orlando's existing holdovers appear to be certain to start the new campaign healthy, a number of the new acquisitions remain in doubt for the season opener.

Given the immense change that has taken place in Orlando over the offseason, the team's depth is now vastly different to what it once was.

Consequently, the Magic will be forced to rely upon some very inexperienced players to contribute significantly in the early going. For Orlando fans that became accustomed to the team's elite depth between 2008 and 2010, it will be a humbling experience watching one of the league's least experienced teams do battle night in, night out.

The established incumbents will need to raise their play, while the raw youth Orlando now possesses will need to quickly learn on the fly if they have a chance to chalk up some early-season wins.

With that in mind, here's a look at how the Magic fare at each position.

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