Enemy Lines: A rival scout sizes up the Magic
In his first year as coach, Vaughn got them to buy in early to sharing the ball and playing defense. They weren't very good, and they were bound to struggle defensively with so many young players, but they competed every night. They didn't have the personnel, but they played hard. They still tried to move the ball late in the season, when they were toast. They were not a one-man show. That's a credit to Vaughn.