Nikola Vucevic
Nikola Vucevic
29-Year-Old CenterC
Orlando Magic  NBA  
Orlando Magic
2019 Fantasy Outlook
Vucevic made his first All-Star team last season, earning a four-year, $100 million extension with the Magic in the process. He set career highs nearly across the board and helped lead the Magic to the playoffs for the first time since 2011-12. Vucevic has done a good job adapting to the modern, spaced-out NBA, converting 148 total threes across the past two campaigns after making just 30 combined across the prior six seasons. Considering the Magic have one of the thinnest point guard rotations in the league, much of the offense runs through Vucevic. He was one of only six players qualifying at center last season to have a usage rate of at least 25 percent -- the others being Nikola Jokic, Karl-Anthony Towns, LaMarcus Aldridge, Joel Embiid and Julius Randle. Heading into the 2019-20 campaign, Orlando's roster is essentially the same, so Vucevic's role will be secure. As a result, it's fair for fantasy owners to expect extremely similar production from the 29-year-old. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a four-year, $100 million contract with the Magic in July of 2019.
Personal Bio

Nikola Vucevic was born in Morges, Switzerland in 1990. At the time, his father, Borislav, was playing for a professional basketball club based in nearby Lausanne. Nikola lived in Belgium for most of his childhood. Borislav was able to play professional basketball for 24 years in Europe. Vucevic's mother, Ljiljana, also played professional basketball and competed with the Yugoslavia women's national team. In October of 2007, Vucevic moved to Simi Valley, California to play his senior year of high school at Stoneridge Prep. Vucevic speaks English, French and Serbian. The big center delivered gifts and visited with pediatric patients at Florida Hospital for Children in 2015 and 2016 and served Thanksgiving breakfast to residents at the Coalition for the Homeless in 2016. Vucevic was one of five finalists for the Magic Johnson Award in 2018-19, presented by the Pro Basketball Writers Association to the player who best combines excellence on the court with cooperation and dignity in dealing with the media and public. Vucevic is a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles. Follow him on Twitter (@NikolaVucevic).

College/International Summary

Vucevic evolved into a double-digit scorer that consistently racked up double-doubles during his three years with the USC Trojans. He was limited to just 11.0 minutes per game as a freshman, but as a sophomore he was named to the 2009-10 All-Pac-10 Second Team. He was also crowned as the Pac-10 Most Improved Player that season. The Montenegrin center transcended to one of college basketball's elite players in his junior year, however, getting named to the 2010-11 All-Pac-10 First Team after leading the conference in rebounding (10.3 RPG) for the second consecutive season. Vucevic also was third in the conference in scoring (17.1 PPG) that year. Vucevic announced that he would enter the 2011 NBA Draft after his junior season at USC and was selected in the first round (16th overall) by the Philadelphia 76ers.

Stuffs stat sheet in Game 5 defeat
COrlando Magic
August 29, 2020
Vucevic had 22 points (9-25 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 15 rebounds, five assists and one steal in 40 minutes during Saturday's 118-104 Game 5 loss to the Bucks.
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Vucevic finished with more field-goal attempts than points in the final game of Orlando's postseason but again delivered a monster stat line. While his regular season per-game averages took a bit of a dip compared to 2018-19, Vucevic stepped up in a major way during these playoffs with the Magic down several starters due to injury. He remains the top offensive option for an Orlando team that sometimes struggles to score, neither of which seems all that likely to change heading into next season.
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2018

Vucevic had the best season of his career in 2018-19, his seventh in the league. The USC product started a career-high 80 games for the Magic and averaged a double-double for the fifth time in his career. He established new career-highs of 20.8 points and 12.0 rebounds per contest. Vucevic finished third in the league in total rebounds, eighth in rebounds per game, 19th in total points, and 27th in points per game. He shot a career-best 36.4-percent from three-point range and drained a career-best 84 three-pointers. Vucevic registered 60 double-doubles during the regular season. Only Andre Drummond and Rudy Gobert had more. He posted a triple-double on Oct. 20 in Philadelphia with 27 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. Vucevic was named to his first career All-Star team and selected by Team Giannis. He scored four points and grabbed five rebounds in 12 minutes of action during the All-Star Game in Charlotte. Vucevic led the Magic to the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference and a matchup with the Raptors in the first round of the postseason. Vucevic started all five games against Toronto and averaged 11.2 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.0 block per contest. He posted playoff career highs in points (22), rebounds (14), assists (6) and blocks (3) in Game 3 of the series.

2017

Vucevic entered the 2017-18 season looking to bounce back from a slightly down scoring year by his standards, and he did so almost immediately. In the second game of the year, Oct. 20 against Brooklyn, Vucevic tallied a career-high 41 points, also chipping in 12 rebounds and three assists. Three-point shooting was a point of emphasis in the offseason, with the coaching staff giving him the green light early. That was evident here, as he went 6-for-8 from distance in his career-best scoring day. The next milestone came Dec. 9 against the Hawks, when Vucevic recorded his first career triple-double with 31 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists. Former Magic centers Shaquille O'Neal and Dwight Howard had logged triple-doubles with blocks, but Vucevic was the first at the position to do so with assists, further illustrating the evolving role of the big man's role in the league. His triple-double was part of a seven-game December double-double streak, but just before Christmas, the injury bug bit. Vucevic left a Dec. 23 contest against Washington due to a hand injury, which was later found out to be a fracture. He missed 23 games as a result, but bounced right back with 19 points in his return Feb. 22 against the Knicks. Vucevic averaged 15.2 points and 9.0 rebounds through the season's final 23 games. The 2017-18 season can ultimately be characterized by three-point shooting, as Vucevic knocked down a career-high 64 treys despite only playing 57 games. His previous career best was 23.

2016

After leading the team in both scoring and rebounding in back-to-back seasons, Vucevic once again headed into 2016-17 with another new head coach in Frank Vogel. Things were largely similar early on, as Vucevic started and averaged 11.9 points and 11.5 rebounds through the season's first 16 games. He was pulled from the starting lineup Nov. 27 in favor of Bismack Biyombo for defensive reasons, and that's a trend that continued until Jan. 8. As a reserve, Vucevic averaged 14.3 points and 9.4 rebounds, even though he dealt with a bit of back trouble during that stretch. Vucevic returned to the starting five Jan. 11 and never looked back (with the exception of a four-game stretch in February due to an Achilles injury). His season high of 30 points came in his second game after regaining his starting role, when he led the Magic to a road victory against Portland. His season-best rebounding total came a few weeks afterwards, when he corralled 19 boards Feb. 7 against the Rockets. At the conclusion of the season, Vucevic had a three-year scoring low with 14.6 points per game, but it was still good for the third-best mark on the team. He also lead the Magic in rebounding (10.4 rpg) and was third in total blocked shots (74). The Magic finished with a record of 29-53 and missed the postseason.

2015

Entering 2015-16 with a new head coach in Scott Skiles, Vucevic began the year with high expectations, particularly on the defensive end. His efforts there were evident from the start of the campaign, as Vucevic blocked 10 shots in his first three games. Five of those rejections came against the Thunder on Oct. 30, when Vucevic also chipped in 26 points and seven rebounds. He missed three games in November due to a knee bruise, but he got back on track and put up one of the best months of December in franchise history. Through 15 games in December, Vucevic averaged 19.4 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists. He continued that pace into the new year, logging seven double-doubles in an eight-game stretch in January. Vucevic also recorded a season-best 35 points Feb. 23 against the Sixers. He missed a 13-game stretch in March due to a groin injury, but he returned to post 21.6 PPG over his final seven appearances. At the conclusion of the season, Vucevic led the Magic in both scoring (18.2 PPG) and rebounding (8.9 RPG) for the second consecutive season. The team still missed the postseason with a record of 35-47.

2014

With another stellar season under his belt, Vucevic signed a four-year extension with the Magic on Oct. 21. A week later on opening night, he put up 15 points, 23 rebounds and four blocks against the Pelicans. Vucevic averaged 18.6 points and 11.7 rebounds through the first 19 games of the year before missing a six-pack of games due to back spasms. He was back on Dec. 13 with a vengeance, reaching double figures in all but one of the remaining games he played in. Vucevic set a new career high with 33 points Jan. 12 against the Bulls, chipping in 11 rebounds and four assists as well. That mark wouldn't hold up long, as he put up 34 points (along with 18 rebounds) Jan. 23 against the Knicks. Vucevic remained a regular double-double threat, and had yet another career game in an April 3 victory over the Timberwolves. In 40 minutes on the court, Vucevic put up a new career high with 37 points (19-for-25 FG) to go along with 17 rebounds. When it was all said and done, Vucevic led the Magic with a new career high in scoring (19.3 ppg) to go along with a team-high 10.9 rebounds. He also racked up 147 assists that season, which was the best mark of his career as well.

2013

After more than doubling most his rookie-year marks in scoring and rebounding in his second NBA season with Orlando, Vucevic was poised to take another leap forward. While retaining his starting role, Vucevic once again turned heads by putting up 30 points and 21 rebounds in the fifth game of the year against the Clippers. Through the first 17 games of the year, Vucevic put up 14.7 points and 10.9 rebounds. That momentum took a slight hit when he missed four games due to an ankle injury, but he returned Dec. 11 and put up double-doubles in three of the next four games. Vucevic averaged a double-double with 11.3 points and 11.5 rebounds through 10 December games. The injury bug bit again in January, however, as Vucevic only appeared in three games that month due to another ankle injury and a concussion. Upon returning, he reached double figures in 20 consecutive games. Another highlight was a March 28 overtime win over Charlotte, when Vucevic dominated down the stretch and recorded 24 points and 23 rebounds. His season was cut short due to Achilles trouble, however, as he missed the last seven games. When it was all said and done, Vucevic had a new career-best scoring total of 14.2 ppg, accumulated over 57 games (all starts).

2012

After limited run in the 2012 NBA Playoffs, Vucevic was dealt to the Magic over the summer of 2012 in a four-team mega-deal that ended with the Sixers acquiring Andrew Bynum. Vucevic immediately became an impact player with Orlando, earning a starting job through stellar exhibition play. In the second game of the regular season, Nov. 4 against Phoenix, Vucevic recorded a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds. He ended up recorded four more double-doubles on the month and 46 for the season. His first career 20-point game happened on New Year's Eve against the Heat, where he also corralled 29 rebounds -- a new franchise record. That started a streak of 17 consecutive games in double figures. Vucevic set a new career high with 25 points on Mar. 6 against the Heat, adding 21 rebounds for his second career 20-20 game. He then recorded a double-double in each of the last nine games of the year. That included a new career-high of 30 points scored on Apr. 10 against the Bucks. Through 77 games (all starts), Vucevic led the Magic in rebounds per game (11.9) and was sixth in points per game (13.1).

2011

Vucevic was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1st round (16th pick) of the 2011 NBA Draft. He remained in Europe for the start of the year, playing with KK Buducnost Podgorica in the Adriatic League. After an impressive run of play overseas, Vucevic signed his rookie deal with the Sixers on Dec. 10. He made his NBA debut Dec. 28, logging six points, six rebounds and two assists in 20 minutes off the bench at Phoenix. Vucevic made his first career start Jan. 18 against the Nuggets in favor of an injured Spencer Hawes (Achilles). He put up two points in that effort, but in his third of three consecutive starts, set a career high with 13 points. Vucevic had an impressive stretch in February, which included a career-high of 18 points Feb. 22 against Houston. On Mar. 7, he recorded his first career double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds against the Celtics. Vucevic carried that momentum into seven more April starts. The Sixers ended up playing 13 playoff games before getting eliminated by the Celtics. Vucevic appeared in one postseason game, logging three minute in Game 3 against Boston.

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Transaction History
  • June 23, 2011
    Drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1st round (16th pick) of the 2011 NBA Draft.
  • July 1, 2011
    Signed a rookie deal with the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • August 10, 2012
    As part of a 4-team trade, traded by the Philadelphia 76ers with Maurice Harkless and a 2018 1st round draft pick to the Orlando Magic; the Denver Nuggets traded Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, a 2013 2nd round draft pick and a 2014 1st round draft pick to the Magic; the Los Angeles Lakers traded Christian Eyenga, Josh McRoberts and a 2017 2nd round draft pick to the Magic; the Lakers traded Andrew Bynum to the 76ers; the Magic traded Earl Clark, Chris Duhon and Dwight Howard to the Lakers; the Magic traded Jason Richardson to the 76ers; and the 76ers traded Andre Iguodala to the Nuggets.
  • October 1, 2014
    Signed a four-year contract extension with the Orlando Magic.
  • July 6, 2019
    Signed a four-year contract as a free agent with the Orlando Magic.
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The big man struggled to stay healthy last season, appearing in only 57 games. That’s often been the case with Vucevic, as he’s averaging 67.5 games played over the past six campaigns. But, per usual, he remained productive in his time. Seeing 29.5 minutes per game in 2017-18, Vucevic recorded 29 double-doubles and averaged 16.5 points, 9.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists and a combined 2.1 blocks/steals. He’s also in the process of adding range, hitting a career-high 1.1 threes at 31.4 percent. However, for the first time since his rookie year, Vucevic’s role will be threatened. With the fifth overall pick in this summer’s draft, the Magic selected high-upside center Mo Bamba out of Texas. Bamba isn't a lock to start, but it’s expected there will be a battle for playing time between the two bigs. As a result, Vucevic’s Fantasy stock is taking a hit, and his Average Draft Position will likely drop relative to last season.
Vucevic continues to be one of the better, and increasing rare, “pure” centers in the NBA -- still working largely off post ups and mid-range jumpers. For example, he took 203 hook shots last season, making them at an efficient 55.2 percent clip. He also fired off 611 jump shots, with just 76 of them coming from beyond the arc, making a subpar 39.0 percent. Regardless, Vucevic, at his 28.8 minutes per game last season, has shown an ability to stay on the floor in many different lineup combinations and situations. That, in large part, has to do with the 26-year-old continuing to improve many different areas of his game. In addition to stretching his shooting range, the 7-foot, 260-pound center has become a better passer, rebounder and defender. Last season, Vucevic posted career highs per 36 minutes in rebounds (13.0), assists (3.5) and steals (1.3) while tying his career high in blocks (1.2) outside of his rookie season, where he played just 812 minutes. Health was somewhat of an issue early in Vucevic’s career, but he’s averaged 71.3 games played over the past three years. While that isn’t ideal, many big men of his caliber fall around that range as well. Coach Frank Vogel brought Vucevic off the bench at points throughout last season in an attempt to fix the team’s struggles, but reserve center Bismack Biyombo didn’t exactly impress in a starting role. For that reason, it seems safe to say that Vucevic should garner the 30-ish minute-per-game workload we’re used to seeing from since the 2012-13 season. Assuming he continues to make minor improvements to his game, Vucevic should continue being a top-15 Fantasy threat from the center slot.
Vucevic missed a combined 17 games a season ago due to knee, groin and leg injuries, but when active, he remained one of the more productive fantasy centers around. Though he saw his numbers dip in most areas with coach Scott Skiles limiting his playing time a little more compared to the year before, Vucevic still pumped out averages of 18.2 points (on 51.0% shooting), 8.9 boards, 2.8 assists, 1.1 blocks and 0.8 steals in 31.1 minutes per game. For all the great work he did in shouldering the offense, Vucevic remains a below-average defender, with his decline as a rebounder and shot blocker in particular making him a liability on that end. Those flaws in Vucevic’s game evidently rankled the organization, as the team put significant resources into improving their defensive effort in the frontcourt during the offseason by trading for Serge Ibaka and signing Bismack Biyombo. Both players are long, fleet-footed shot blockers who fit the mold of what new coach Frank Vogel is looking for defensively from his big men, while Vucevic is in the antithesis of that. As such, there’s some uncertainty heading into the upcoming season whether Vucevic will be able to hold off Biyombo for the starting center job, much less remain with the Magic for the entire year. Considering Biyombo was signed to a four-year, $72 million deal, it seems likely that, if not traded, Vucevic will at the very least cede plenty of court time to Biyombo, which would result in a stark downgrade in his fantasy value. Vucevic might still be capable of approaching double-double production even in a reduced role, but don’t invest in him with the expectation that he’ll be able to replicate last year’s numbers.
Narrowly missing an All-Star berth, Vucevic turned in the best season of his career after signing a four-year extension last summer. In a career-high 34 minutes per game over 74 contests, Vucevic averaged 19.3 points, 10.9 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 0.7 steals, and 0.7 blocks while shooting 52 percent from the field and 75 percent from the foul line. He was one of 17 players to shoot at least 50 percent from the field and 75 percent from the line last season. The 24-year-old Montenegrin remained a prolific and rabid mid-range shooter, hoisting 460 shots from that zone, and an incredible rebounder, recording 45 double-doubles, fifth most in the NBA. Vucevic continued to struggle on defense, allowing opponents to convert 54 percent of their shots at the rim, the catalyst behind former interim coach James Borrego slotting Dewayne Dedmon into the starting lineup. His free-throw rate declined because of his propensity to hoist from mid-range and ineptitude at establishing post position on offense. The Magic welcome experienced head coach Scott Skiles to the sidelines this season, and Vucevic has proven he's the optimal choice at starting center.
Nikola Vucevic is entering his fourth NBA season. The 24-year-old center averaged 14.2 points, 11.0 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.1 steals, and 0.8 blocks in 32 minutes over the course of 57 games last season. Vucevic shot 50 percent from the field on 12.2 attempts per game and 77 percent from the free-throw line on 2.4 attempts per game. Playing two fewer minutes per game, his stats across the board showed little statistical improvement, with the exception of an eight percent increase in free-throw shooting, becoming one of fifteen centers to shoot better than 50 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free-throw line last season. Vucevic cemented his reputation as a prolific rebounder, possessing the 10th best rebounding rate last season (27.6 percent) and finishing eighth in rebounds per game. His 36 double-doubles in only 57 games left him tied for fifth in the Eastern Conference, with Nikola Pekovic recording the next most double-doubles (23) for those with fewer than 60 games played (54). Vucevic is close to automatic outside of 16 feet (44 percent mid-range), a three percent improvement from his previous season. The one flaw in his game remains his defense, where he allowed opponents to shoot 56 percent at the rim, manifesting itself into a mediocre block rate.
Vucevic was one of the true breakout fantasy options last season. After playing a limited role in Philly as a rookie, Vucevic was sent to Orlando as part of a seemingly under-whelming package in the three-team Dwight Howard trade. A rebuilding Magic squad wasted no time making Vucevic a significant part of the rotation, enlisting him as the team's starting center from Day 1. The 22-year-old big man responded with averages of 13.1 points, 11.9 rebounds and 1.0 block in 33 minutes per game. He showed marked improvements in his shooting efficiency (52 percent from the floor, 68 percent from the line) during his sophomore campaign, and given his 75-percent shooting clip from the charity stripe during his collegiate career, there's still some room for growth. He's a double-double machine with a polished low-post game and decent jump shot and should continue to thrive as one of Orlando's new building blocks.
The 16th overall pick in the 2011 draft put together a decent but under-the-radar rookie season for the Sixers last year. He finished with averages of 5.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 0.7 blocks in just 16 minutes per game. Those numbers don’t jump out of the box score, but his per-36 minute averages of 12.5 points, 10.9 rebounds and 1.5 blocks do hint at his potential. And that potential could be realized as soon as this season thanks to an offseason trade to the Magic. As part of the Dwight Howard deal, Vucevic lands on a rebuilding Magic team that will be desperate for production in the low post. He has great size (7-0, 260) while also possessing a strong face-up jumper and a decent feel around the basket. Like many young players, Vucevic still needs to work on his efficiency, as he shot just 45 percent from the floor and 52.9 percent from the free-throw line. At 22, Vucevic will probably need a couple of years to reach his full potential, but he’ll have plenty of opportunities to earn a significant role in Orlando. Don’t forget his name when targeting breakout candidates for your fantasy frontcourt.
The first-round draft pick (16th overall) will have an opportunity to play some significant minutes at center. Coach Doug Collins has mentioned that he expects Vucevic to get about 15 minutes per game, but if Spencer Hawes continues to struggle with his inconsistency, Vucevic could capitalize on the opportunity to earn more floor time. Collins likes his mobility, his feel around the post, and his strong jump shot. He could provide fantasy value in deeper leagues.
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Goes for 31 and 11 in loss
COrlando Magic
August 24, 2020
Vucevic had 31 points (11-20 FG, 6-10 3PT, 3-3 FT), 11 rebounds, seven assists and two blocks in Monday's Game 4 loss to Milwaukee.
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Posts 20 points, five boards
COrlando Magic
August 22, 2020
Vucevic recorded 20 points (8-19 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, two assists and two steals in 35 minutes during Saturday's 121-107 Game 3 loss to the Bucks.
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Drops 32 in loss
COrlando Magic
August 20, 2020
Vucevic finished with 32 points (13-23 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 4-4), 10 boards, two assists and a steal in 35 minutes of Thursday's 111-96 Game 2 loss to Milwaukee.
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Leads Game 1 upset
COrlando Magic
August 18, 2020
Vucevic recorded 35 points (15-24 FG, 5-8 3Pt), 14 rebounds and four assists and one steal across 36 minutes Tuesday in the Magic's 122-110 win over the Bucks in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinals series.
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Accurate shooting in win
COrlando Magic
August 14, 2020
Vucevic scored 23 points (10-11 FG, 3-4 3Pt) to go along with six rebounds, three assists and one steal in 26 minutes during Thursday's win over the Pelicans.
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