As any Orlando Magic fan could tell you, the 2012-13 season was a rough experience.
The team took their lumps as the team continues its transition from the Dwight Howard-led 2009 NBA Finals team to one with a completely new identity.
Finishing with a record of 20-62, a league-worst mark, it is blatantly obvious that the team (as currently constructed) is not one capable of competing on a consistent basis.
Between the multitude of injuries, young prospects learning to play in the NBA and poor performances on an individual and team-wide basis, this Magic team was quite clearly one of the worst in the NBA.
However, several players on Orlando's roster showed the talent, growth and potential over the season to give the Magic faithful hope for the future. Other players performed at levels that will encourage the organization to show them the door as soon as possible.
So as we mercifully put an end to the season, we'll take a look at the players who finished on the team's roster, and give them a letter grade (with "A+" being the highest possible grade and "F" being the lowest) based on: performance, growth, age and overall contribution to the team.