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Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac (knee) is expected to miss the entire 2020-2021 season, according to Magic President Jeff Weltman. In early August, Isaac underwent surgery on his left knee to repair a torn ACL and a meniscus tear. The team has not revealed an official timetable, but it doesn't sound like Isaac will take the court next season. It's tough to know how this impacts their team until after the draft and free agency. However, losing a young stud like Isaac is going to hurt regardless of the moves they make.
Orlando Magic guard Michael Carter-Williams (foot) is listed as out for Saturday's Game 5 versus the Milwaukee Bucks. This isn't shocking news since Carter-Williams hasn't been able to play in quite some time. The Magic are likely going to be eliminated soon, so Carter-Williams is probably done for the postseason. Markelle Fultz and D.J. Augustin will see a few more minutes coming their way.
Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (hamstring) has left the bubble, which likely means that he is done for the postseason. His left hamstring injury has been progressing slowly and head coach Steve Clifford mentioned on Tuesday that Gordon wasn't able to do sprints. The Magic are only one loss away from eliminated, so there's a good chance that Gordon doesn't play again this season. Gary Clark is expected to remain in the starting five, but he's not a great DFS option.
Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (hamstring) has been ruled out for Wednesday's Game 5 versus the Milwaukee Bucks. It was unlikely that he was going to suit up anyway after head coach Steve Clifford mentioned Gordon was unable to sprint on Tuesday. Orlando is already down 3-1, so Gordon very well might be out for the rest of the postseason. Gary Clark is expected to draw another start, but he won't be worth a look in DFS contests. Terrence Ross should benefit as well and could be an intriguing pick for Wednesday's slate.
Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon (hamstring) is currently listed as questionable for Game 5 against the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday. Gordon has been unable to sprint up and down the court, which is not a good sign. Orlando also wants to be cautious because it is a hamstring injury and they don't want to rush it and make him worse. It seems unlikely that Gordon is going to be able to suit up for Game 5. That means, Gary Clark will probably get another start, but he won't be a favorable DFS option.