After many lean years and several head coaches, the Magic finally returned to the playoffs in 2018-19 under first-year head coach Steve Clifford. It was the first postseason appearance since the Dwight Howard/Stan Van Gundy era. Most of that core returns, anchored by the signing of All-Star Nikola Vucevic to a four-year, $100 million deal during the offseason. That deal followed Aaron Gordon’s last offseason, and the team took a chance on former No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz, hoping he can overcome the injuries that plagued his time in Philadelphia. The Magic also have young forwards in their last three first round picks – Mo Bamba, Jonathan Isaac, and Chuma Okeke.
The Amway Center has been around for close to a decade, but it still features plenty of premium seating options.
Courtside (rows 1-3) and Ultimate (rows 1-7 of the lower bowl) offer access to the Fields Ultimate Lounge and the all-inclusive food and beverages therein. You can also get in-seat food and drink service.
Loge seating gives you a private VIP table inside the arena with dinner at Jernigan’s Restaurant included prior to the game. In addition to traditional large suites, if you’re craving the suite experience but have a small party, you can grab a couple tickets to the Legends Suite and mingle with other Legends Suite holders over chef-prepared cuisine and leather seats to watch the game.