Jonathan Isaac

Jonathan Isaac addresses refusing COVID-19 vaccine

Jonathan Isaac, sidelined since tearing his left ACL in the 2020 NBA bubble, resurfaced as a speaker in the Myrtle Beach of the ReAwaken America Tour by Clay Clark. “Viewing it, it seemed forced. It seemed that there was so much pressure in doing it,” he mentioned explaining once more his decision to refuse the vaccine against COVID-19, “I don’t see the wisdom in putting something into my body that’s not going to stop me from getting the virus or transmitting it. That is why I decided to be the only player on my team to not get vaccinated.”
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Jonathan Isaac optimistic about returning for training camp

When the Orlando Magic start training camp in late September, they’ll do so hoping Jonathan Isaac will be ready to return after being sidelined the last two years. Isaac seemed optimistic that he’ll be ready. “I feel great, I’m doing really good,” Isaac said during an interview with Crain & Company in April. “I know there was the whole hiccup with my right hamstring, but I feel great. I’m really looking forward to coming back next season and being able to play. I’m all good.”

Jonathan Isaac Hopeful To Be Ready For Training Camp

Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac has missed the last two NBA seasons, as he's rehabbed from multiple knee injuries suffered during the 2020 re-start in the bubble. Now there is finally light at the end of the tunnel for Isaac. “I feel great, I’m doing really good,” Isaac said in...

2022 FCA Branson banquet hosts Kevin Sorbo, Jonathan Isaac

Branson once again welcomed Actor Kevin Sorbo back to the area on Thursday, April 14, along with Orlando Magic NBA Player Jonathan Isaac. Sorbo and Isaac served as two of the special guest speakers at the South Central Missouri Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2022 Banquet at The Chateau on the Lake Resort and Convention Center. Area news outlets were given the opportunity to participate in a media roundtable with both Sorbo and Isaac ahead of the banquet on Thursday.
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Jonathan Isaac

Given the current circumstance of losing the second lottery pick, unless the Blazers land a top 2 pick the Blazers ought to forgo the lottery pick and chase Jonathan Isaac, who could likely be the solution to the Blazers' problems. Orlando has a huge overcrowding at the forward position, and if Isaac somehow fell out of favor with them he would be perfect in Portland. And Jonathan Isaac is a far better fit than Jerami Grant, is far younger, and would be cheaper in the short term. Isaac could be the next NBA unicorn and would be a better fit for the future of Portland than whoever they'd draft at #6 overall.
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Jonathan Isaac injury update: Magic forward won't play this season, has minor procedure on injured hamstring

The Orlando Magic announced last week that forward Jonathan Isaac will not play this season as he continues to rehab from a torn ACL. They are hopeful he will be ready for the start of the 2022-23 season, at which point he will have been out for over two full years. On Tuesday, the team said Isaac underwent a minor surgical procedure on his hamstring after suffering an injury during rehabilitation.