Sources: Magic interview Frank Vogel and Adrian Griffin for coaching job

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The Orlando Magic are moving quickly in the their head-coaching search, completing interviews with the franchise's two top targets: Frank Vogel and Adrian Griffin.

Frank Vogel (Getty Images)
Frank Vogel (Getty Images)

Griffin met with Orlando general manager Rob Hennigan on Tuesday in New York, and Vogel met with Magic officials on Monday, league sources told The Vertical.

Vogel has met with three teams – Memphis, New York and Orlando – and has a serious interest in the Magic job, league sources said.

The Orlando Sentinel first reported the Griffin interview on Tuesday.

Griffin is a popular choice among many of the Magic players, earning the locker room's respect as the top assistant on former coach Scott Skiles' staff this season. Griffin was previously an assistant under Tom Thibodeau with the Chicago Bulls. Griffin offers the Magic continuity, an important commodity considering this core of players have had three different head coaches (Jacque Vaughn, James Borrego and Skiles) in the past two seasons.

Indiana parted ways with Vogel after five seasons that included four trips to the playoffs and two appearances in the Eastern Conference finals.