The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame helps bridge the past with the future of Magic basketball. Located within the Nutrilite Magic Fan Experience on the east Terrace Level, the Hall of Fame honors and celebrates the great players, coaches and executives who have had a major impact during the team's illustrious history. The annual inductees are determined based on their overall contributions to the team and organization both on and off the court, as well as years of service, impact in the community and general character of the individual.
Inducted in 2020
One of the greatest undrafted players in NBA history is Darrell Armstrong, who signed with the Orlando Magic late in the 1994-95 season.
Inducted in 2019
David Steele returns for his 30th season of Orlando Magic basketball, and his 21st as the television play-by-play announcer.
Inducted in 2018
Tracy McGrady’s best NBA years came with the Orlando Magic after they acquired him from the Toronto Raptors in a sign-and-trade deal in 2000.
Inducted in 2014
With more than 50 years of professional sports experience to his credit, Pat Williams turned a dream into the Orlando Magic more than 25 years ago when he began the process of bringing an NBA team to Orlando in 1986.