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MAR 12 MOSLEY EXTENDED Orlando Magic coach Jamahl Mosley isn't leaving anytime soon.

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Magic and Mosley have agreed to a four-year extension.

The Magic are 93-106 in Mosley's three-year tenure so far, but a 37-win season and a likely playoff berth have prompted Orlando to keep him around until the 2027-28 season.

MAR 10 KLAY TRADE INTEREST WITH MAGIC It's been just over a month since the NBA Trade Deadline, and while the Orlando Magic failed to make a move, they had interest in making one.

SNY's Ian Begley is confirming that the Magic had interest in trading for Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson, who is an impending free agent.

Thompson could sign with the Magic this offseason with over $30 million in cap space in free agency.

MAR 3 MAGIC STARTERS VS. PISTONS The Orlando Magic will start Jalen Suggs, Gary Harris, Franz Wagner, Paolo Banchero and Wendell Carter Jr. against the Detroit Pistons.

Tipoff is set for 6 p.m. ET from the Kia Center.

MAR 1 MAGIC MATCH LAST YEAR'S WIN TOTAL The Orlando Magic are 34-26 through 60 games this season. Last year, the team was 34-48 at the end of the season.

With all of March and half of April left to go, the Magic have matched their win total from a year ago.

Only the Houston Rockets, Minnesota Timberwolves and Oklahoma City Thunder have matched or exceeded their win total from last year so far this season.

FEB 20 MAGIC TV RATINGS INCREASE The Orlando Magic is over .500 at the All-Star Break, which has given fans a reason to tune in.

According to the Sports Business Journal, Magic viewership on Bally Sports Florida, the team's regional sports network, is up 76 percent.

The Magic's increase ranks fourth in the NBA behind the defending champion Denver Nuggets (139 percent), top-seeded Minnesota Timberwolves (107 percent), and Phoenix Suns (94 percent).

FEB 19 NETS FIRE VAUGHN A former coach of the Orlando Magic is looking for a new job.

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Brooklyn Nets are firing coach Jacque Vaughn, who played the 2002-03 season with the Magic and coached the franchise from 2012-15.

Vaughn, 49, has the Nets at a 21-33 record before the All-Star Break, which ended in a 50-point loss on Wednesday against the Boston Celtics.

FEB 17 MAC'S FIRST DUNK! Osceola Magic guard Mac McClung is looking to defend his Dunk Contest title, and he's starting off his defense on the right foot.

McClung received 48/50 for the dunk, putting him in second place going into the second round.

FEB 13 SHAQ TO THE RAFTERS! The Orlando Magic officially have a jersey in the rafters.

Take a look at O'Neal's jersey reveal, which took place after the Magic's game on Tuesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

FEB 13 SHAQ VS. KANYE The Orlando Magic is all about Shaquille O'Neal on Tuesday as his No. 32 jersey goes into the rafters. But before the ceremony, O'Neal took to social media to share some words with rapper Kanye West.

West and O'Neal were at the Super Bowl on Sunday in Las Vegas, but Shaq wasn't a fan of Kanye's antics both during the event and prior.

The comment has since been deleted from Instagram, a sign that Shaq is moving on as he's being honored by the Magic following tonight's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

FEB 7 MAC MCCLUNG BACK TO DUNK CONTEST The Orlando Magic organization will have a representative in the Dunk Contest this year.

According to The Athletic's Shams Charania, G League star Mac McClung is set to defend his title at next weekend's Dunk Contest. McClung will compete alongside Jacob Toppin (New York Knicks), Jaime Jaquez Jr. (Miami Heat) and Jaylen Brown (Boston Celtics).

The Dunk Contest is set for Saturday, Feb. 17 in Indianapolis.

FEB 1 PAOLO NAMED AN ALL-STAR Paolo Banchero is officially an All-Star after the NBA revealed its reserves for the game later this month.

The young Orlando Magic star is averaging 23 points, seven rebounds, and five assists so far this season, proving very worthy of his first career selection.

Here's a look at the remaining All-Stars ...