The Orlando Magic were nothing if not lucky. Shaquille O’Neal and Anfernee Hardaway joined the team with consecutive #1 picks in the ’92 and ’93 Draft. Three years later, they were defending Eastern Conference Champions. This, of course, was not by luck, just the unfathomable collection of talent luck provided. O’Neal was immediately recognized as the most unstoppable force the league had seen since Wilt Chamberlain and Hardaway’s size and versatility was reminiscent of Magic Johnson. The roster ran even deeper with an All Star workhorse in Horace Grant and dead eye shooters, Dennis Scott and Nick Anderson. It was the kind of team you could only find in, well, a video game. Unfortunately, after 60 wins and seemingly thousands of dunks, the fun came to an end when the Orlando was swept in the Conference Finals. Shaq would bolt for Los Angeles that summer and just as soon as it came, the magic was gone.