Orlando Magic Milwaukee Tickets
The Orlando Magic have failed to qualify for the playoffs in each of their last three seasons and that hasn’t gone down well with either the fans or the management. The time has come for the franchise to pick up the pieces and make a concerted effort to at least make it to the postseason. They will have some tough games to contend and one of those will be against the Milwaukee Bucks away from home. This thrilling clash is now just around the corner so grab your Orlando Magic Milwaukee tickets and watch these two well matched sides take on each other live at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
The Orlando Magic have got to get out of the slump they find themselves in right now. No postseason appearances in the last three seasons is just not good enough for a team of their stature.
The Magic Starts to Take Effect
The Orlando Magic were formed in the year 1989 as one of four new expansion teams to join the NBA that year. The Magic did not post any winning seasons in the first three attempts but turned that around by going .500 in their fourth. That gave the franchise some confidence and they made the most of it by going all the way to the playoffs for the first time at the end of the 1993-1994 regular season.
The Magic Takes Effect
The Orlando Magic were starting to hit their stride and that resulted in them clinching their first division and conference titles in 1995. They followed that up by winning another division title the very next year.
The Orlando Magic failed to make the most of the momentum they had generated during those two seasons and it took them a while to get going once again. They began to hit form in the middle of 2000s and won the division crown in 2008. A division and conference double followed in 2009 before they went on to get their hands on their fifth division championship in 2010.
Now that their encounter against the Bucks is not too far away, this is your chance to see them play live. Grab your Orlando Magic Milwaukee tickets and watch this cracking game of basketball live at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.