The Orlando Magic have struggled greatly for the past few years and have been cellar dwellers since trading away All-Star center Dwight Howard.
After Howard was traded, the Magic also fired head coach Stan Van Gundy despite leading his team to the playoffs in all five seasons.
Since firing Jacque Vaughn, the Magic have found themselves searching for a new coach yet again, but this has come to an end as Scott Skiles has taken the reins.
Skiles is the 12th head coach in franchise history for the Magic if you count interim head coach James Borrego, who held down the fort after Vaughn was fired.
The Magic were never able to finish higher than 13th in the Eastern Conference with Vaughn as their head coach.
Skiles will be coaching the fourth NBA team of his career, and he will be returning home after playing for the Magic as a point guard, and he famously had 30 assists in a game for them.
The 51-year-old previously coached the Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks, who he resigned from during the 2013-14 season.
He led each of those teams to the playoffs but never made it farther than the Eastern Conference Semifinals, which he did with the Bulls in the 2006-07 season.