Ten of the Magic's fifteen roster spots will be filled by players in their first, second, or third season. The Magic's youth defines the team this year – they are unconcerned with today, and almost blindly optimistic about their future. The few veterans that surround the team's young core seem intentionally selected to fuel their dreams of grandeur: co-captain Jameer Nelson enters his 10th year with the team and has once reached the Eastern Conference finals; Jason Maxiel played in several Eastern Conference finals; Arron Aflalo played in the NCAA Final Four and in multiple Eastern Conference finals; and co-captain Glenn Davis is a former NBA Champion. Even journeyman Ronnie Price has made the playoffs in four of his eight seasons, twice making it to the second round, and twice losing to the eventual NBA champions. This team is much more interested in developing its young talent than in winning games, but it remains unclear what that will do for the t
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