Orlando Magic’s Jonathan Isaac to Miss Entire 2021 Season After Tearing ACL in NBA Restart

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Isaac is considered one of the league’s top defenders

Jonathan Isaac’s torn ACL during the NBA’s restart was a huge blow to the Orlando Magic’s long-term plans, as Isaac is considered one of the league’s top defenders already at 22 years old and has seen his offensive game start to blossom as well.

(247Sports.com) – Jonathan Isaac’s torn ACL during the NBA’s restart was a huge blow to the Orlando Magic’s long-term plans, as Isaac is considered one of the league’s top defenders already at 22 years old and has seen his offensive game start to blossom as well.

Thus Orlando lost one of its top players before the postseason even began, putting the Magic at a massive disadvantage heading into a first-round series against the Milwaukee Bucks.

The Bucks ended up winning that series in five games, but that result is trivial for the franchise compared to what happens with Isaac.

While the Florida State alum obviously was expected to miss major time due to the knee injury, it wasn’t completely clear exactly how much of next season he would miss considering the uncertainty regarding when the 2021-22 campaign will tip off and when it will end.

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