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According to CEO Alex Martins, Dennis Scott will become the 12th member of the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame. The ceremony’s schedule and date will be decided at a later time.

Dennis Scott continues to rank among the best long-range shooters in NBA and Orlando Magic history, according to Martins. “During his tenure in Orlando, his ability to shoot from beyond the three-point line. It was a huge factor in our success, and his records still stand today. Dennis will be the newest member of the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame, and we are honored to do so.”

Dennis Scott spent seven seasons with the Magic from 1990 to 1997 after being originally picked by Orlando in the first round (fourth overall) in the 1990 NBA Draft. He played with Orlando in 446 regular-season games, starting 322 of them, averaging 14.8 points per game, 3.1 rebounds per game, and 2.3 assists per game in 30.7 minutes per game while shooting.403 (981-2,432) from beyond the arc.

With 267 made three-pointers in a single season during the 1995–96 season, Scott established an NBA record that stood for 10 years. The 267 made three-pointers in a season still stand as the club record.

The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame will induct Dennis Scott
The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame will induct Dennis Scott

In an NBA game against Atlanta on April 18, 1996, Scott made 11 three-pointers, shattering the previous record, which stood for almost seven seasons. The 11 made three-pointers are still a franchise record for a single game.

Details of Dennis Scott’s inclusion are yet to be revealed

Dennis Scott played with Orlando in 41 postseason games (31 starts), averaging 12.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.9 assists in 33.8 minutes per game. Meanwhile, shooting.364 (92-253) from beyond the arc. He established a franchise playoff record on May 25, 1995, against Indiana.

He hit seven three-pointers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, still standing today. Dennis Scott aided in the Magic’s 1995 NBA Finals run.

Dennis Scott holds the record for most made three-pointers in Orlando Magic history with 981. He is also among the franchise’s all-time leaders in minutes played (tenth), games played (eighth), steals (eighth), points scored (tenth), three-point field goals attempted (second, 2,432), field goals attempted (seventh, 5,737), and three-point field goals made (tenth, 2,421), as of the start of this season (tenth, 13,692).

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The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame recognizes and honors outstanding players and coaches. Also, business leaders have made a significant contribution throughout the course of the team’s glorious 34-year existence.

It connects basketball’s past and present and the exhibit. This is housed on Amway Center’s terrace level next to the Nutrilite Magic Fan Experience, allowing visitors to learn about the team’s past while within the structure.

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The inductees are chosen based on their general character, years of service, and community impact. And overall on-court and off-court achievements to the team and organization.

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ALSO READ: Returning from an adductor strain, LeBron James leads the Lakers past the Spurs

According to CEO Alex Martins, Dennis Scott will become the 12th member of the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame. The ceremony’s schedule and date will be decided at a later time.

Dennis Scott continues to rank among the best long-range shooters in NBA and Orlando Magic history, according to Martins. “During his tenure in Orlando, his ability to shoot from beyond the three-point line. It was a huge factor in our success, and his records still stand today. Dennis will be the newest member of the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame, and we are honored to do so.”

Dennis Scott spent seven seasons with the Magic from 1990 to 1997 after being originally picked by Orlando in the first round (fourth overall) in the 1990 NBA Draft. He played with Orlando in 446 regular-season games, starting 322 of them, averaging 14.8 points per game, 3.1 rebounds per game, and 2.3 assists per game in 30.7 minutes per game while shooting.403 (981-2,432) from beyond the arc.

With 267 made three-pointers in a single season during the 1995–96 season, Scott established an NBA record that stood for 10 years. The 267 made three-pointers in a season still stand as the club record.

The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame will induct Dennis Scott
The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame will induct Dennis Scott

In an NBA game against Atlanta on April 18, 1996, Scott made 11 three-pointers, shattering the previous record, which stood for almost seven seasons. The 11 made three-pointers are still a franchise record for a single game.

Details of Dennis Scott’s inclusion are yet to be revealed

Dennis Scott played with Orlando in 41 postseason games (31 starts), averaging 12.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.9 assists in 33.8 minutes per game. Meanwhile, shooting.364 (92-253) from beyond the arc. He established a franchise playoff record on May 25, 1995, against Indiana.

He hit seven three-pointers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, still standing today. Dennis Scott aided in the Magic’s 1995 NBA Finals run.

Dennis Scott holds the record for most made three-pointers in Orlando Magic history with 981. He is also among the franchise’s all-time leaders in minutes played (tenth), games played (eighth), steals (eighth), points scored (tenth), three-point field goals attempted (second, 2,432), field goals attempted (seventh, 5,737), and three-point field goals made (tenth, 2,421), as of the start of this season (tenth, 13,692).

The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame recognizes and honors outstanding players and coaches. Also, business leaders have made a significant contribution throughout the course of the team’s glorious 34-year existence.

It connects basketball’s past and present and the exhibit. This is housed on Amway Center’s terrace level next to the Nutrilite Magic Fan Experience, allowing visitors to learn about the team’s past while within the structure.

The inductees are chosen based on their general character, years of service, and community impact. And overall on-court and off-court achievements to the team and organization.

ALSO READ: Returning from an adductor strain, LeBron James leads the Lakers past the Spurs

According to CEO Alex Martins, Dennis Scott will become the 12th member of the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame. The ceremony’s schedule and date will be decided at a later time.

Dennis Scott continues to rank among the best long-range shooters in NBA and Orlando Magic history, according to Martins. “During his tenure in Orlando, his ability to shoot from beyond the three-point line. It was a huge factor in our success, and his records still stand today. Dennis will be the newest member of the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame, and we are honored to do so.”

Dennis Scott spent seven seasons with the Magic from 1990 to 1997 after being originally picked by Orlando in the first round (fourth overall) in the 1990 NBA Draft. He played with Orlando in 446 regular-season games, starting 322 of them, averaging 14.8 points per game, 3.1 rebounds per game, and 2.3 assists per game in 30.7 minutes per game while shooting.403 (981-2,432) from beyond the arc.

With 267 made three-pointers in a single season during the 1995–96 season, Scott established an NBA record that stood for 10 years. The 267 made three-pointers in a season still stand as the club record.

The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame will induct Dennis Scott
The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame will induct Dennis Scott

In an NBA game against Atlanta on April 18, 1996, Scott made 11 three-pointers, shattering the previous record, which stood for almost seven seasons. The 11 made three-pointers are still a franchise record for a single game.

Details of Dennis Scott’s inclusion are yet to be revealed

Dennis Scott played with Orlando in 41 postseason games (31 starts), averaging 12.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.9 assists in 33.8 minutes per game. Meanwhile, shooting.364 (92-253) from beyond the arc. He established a franchise playoff record on May 25, 1995, against Indiana.

He hit seven three-pointers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, still standing today. Dennis Scott aided in the Magic’s 1995 NBA Finals run.

Dennis Scott holds the record for most made three-pointers in Orlando Magic history with 981. He is also among the franchise’s all-time leaders in minutes played (tenth), games played (eighth), steals (eighth), points scored (tenth), three-point field goals attempted (second, 2,432), field goals attempted (seventh, 5,737), and three-point field goals made (tenth, 2,421), as of the start of this season (tenth, 13,692).

The Orlando Magic Hall of Fame recognizes and honors outstanding players and coaches. Also, business leaders have made a significant contribution throughout the course of the team’s glorious 34-year existence.

It connects basketball’s past and present and the exhibit. This is housed on Amway Center’s terrace level next to the Nutrilite Magic Fan Experience, allowing visitors to learn about the team’s past while within the structure.

The inductees are chosen based on their general character, years of service, and community impact. And overall on-court and off-court achievements to the team and organization.

ALSO READ: Returning from an adductor strain, LeBron James leads the Lakers past the Spurs

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