Otis Smith will travel to Los Angeles on Tuesday to meet with Dwight Howard.
Howard has been in Los Angeles while recovering from his surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back.
"The intent is to check in, see how he's doing, both from his rehab as well as his spirits, to see him in-person," Magic CEO Alex Martins.
Smith will spend approximately 24 hours in Los Angeles before returning to Orlando for Game 3.
"They're all my kids," Smith said of his players. "I've got one of them that's not with the team, that you want to have with the team that's injured, that's down. So you've got to go see him. You've got to pep him up a little bit and tell him he's doing the right thing by his body.
"He can't travel and he can't do much," Smith added. "His doctor's orders and pretty much our orders are to get his back right. He can't do anything for anybody at this point in time, so he has to get right."