If Orlando Magic executives' wish is granted, they'll play at least one game overseas either next preseason or next regular season.

Magic CEO Alex Martins said NBA executives know the Magic would like to go overseas either in Oct. 2014 or during the 2014-15 regular season.

"We've expressed our desire to go, and we'll just have to wait and see the teams they want to send and where," Martins told the Orlando Sentinel.

Team officials view a trip overseas as a good marketing opportunity for the Magic and for Amway Corp., which was co-founded by the Magic's principal owner, Rich DeVos.

The Magic were scheduled to play two games in London during the 2011-12 regular season, but the league had to cancel those games because a labor dispute forced the league to truncate and compress its schedule.

In Oct. 2012, the Magic played a preseason exhibition in Mexico City.

This season, a record 12 NBA teams were scheduled to play eight preseason games and two regular-season games outside of the United States and Canada.

Preseason exhibitions were held in Beijing; Bilbao, Spain; Istanbul; Manchester, England; Manila; Rio de Janeiro; Shanghai and Taipei, Taiwan.

A regular-season game was scheduled to be held on Dec. 4 in Mexico City, but the game had to be canceled because a broken generator outside the arena created smoke inside the arena. Another regular-season game is scheduled for Jan. 16 in London.