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Magic nearing full strength against Warriors

The Magic will have the services of Tobias Harris, Evan Fournier and Kyle O'Quinn against the Warriors.

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time all season, the Orlando Magic are nearly close to full strength. On Wednesday night against the Golden State Warriors, the Magic will have the services of Kyle O'Quinn, Tobias Harris and Evan Fournier, all of whom have been dealing with an array of injuries.

O'Quinn, who started at power forward in the teams season opening loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, suffered a sprained ankle, and hasn't played since then. Harris suffered a strained right calf prior to the game on Friday night in Charlotte, but played through the injury. The injury proved to be enough of an issue that Harris would miss the next two contests against the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers, both losses. Fournier, who missed a game last week with a heel contusion, suffered a quad contusion on Monday night and was questionable.

With O'Quinn and Harris coming off the inactive list, rookies Aaron Gordon and Devyn Marble will be listed as inactive. Gordon, who had foot surgery in Charlotte last Friday, is missing the game, as coach Jacque Vaughn said. Vaughn also provided an update on Marble, who is recovering from a shoulder injury, saying that the rookie guard is progressing, but has yet to return to practice.