As the Orlando Magic’s 25th anniversary season winds down, the team has announced it will unveil the first two inductees into its Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Chief executive officer Alex Martins will introduce the first members during a ceremony at the Amway Center.
Throughout the season, the Magic have singled out certain players, coaches and executives, beginning with senior vice president Pat Williams — the individual most responsible for Orlando being granted an expansion franchise by the NBA in December 1988. Most recently, they honored former guard Darrell Armstrong.
The Magic, who are coming off a 100-92 victory Saturday night over the Minnesota Timberwolves, have three home games remaining in the 2013-14 season.