The Orlando Magic don't need nationally televised games to draw in viewers.
Well, that's not entirely true, but their lack of appearances on the national stage (four) doesn't make them uninteresting.
By the looks of it, there is no title or playoff berth to be had in Orlando. Dwight Howard's departure tasked the Magic with rebuilding, and unless you're the 2010 Miami Heat, that doesn't happen overnight or even in one season.
Still, there are plenty of games worth making note of. Orlando may not be contending for a postseason spot, but there are a number of young players whose development alone are generating hype.
Then there's always the opponent. He-who-we-can't-help-but-name will be visiting once again, as will a number of other superstars and superteams. Welcoming in the biggest of names and most prominent of teams is pretty much the definition of anticipation at the NBA level anyway.
That holds true for every team. Title contender, fringe-playoff team, bottom feeder—all of them.
Postseason bound or not, there are always reasons to watch.