Orlando Magic gains approval for orthopedic, training facility

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The Orlando City Council on Feb. 10 unanimously approved The Orlando Magic's plan to purchase land for a new practice facility that will feature an orthopedic center, according to the NBA.

Orlando, Fla.-based AdventHealth is partnering with the Magic to develop the facility.

The orthopedic and community health center will span 100,000 square feet in downtown Orlando.

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