Expectations are completely different this year in Orlando after a tumultuous offseason during which the franchise traded its centerpiece, Dwight Howard, reigning Most Improved Player Ryan Anderson, replaced coach Stan Van Gundy with Jacque Vaughn, and retooled the front office. The result is a roster full of new faces, inexperience, and without star-power. Orlando seems to be taking the Sam Presti approach to rebuilding, and is looking ahead to the lottery. The roster lacks a true best player and opens camp with injuries and rotation uncertainties. The squad is deepest and most versatile at forward and wing, but thinnest at center, where it looks to Gustavo Ayon and Nikola Vucevic to fill Dwight Howard’s mammoth void.
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