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A round-up of Orlando Magic content from around the web

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Each morning we will gather Magic content from around the web and deliver it to you. Consider it one-stop shopping for all Magic headlines.

But first...

Magic Tweet of the Day

Sadly, there are quiet a few to choose from.

From the straight facts...

To the comical...

To the sarcastic....

To the apologetic...

To the feel-good variety...

Magic Headlines

With a 125-85 loss to the Jazz on Saturday, the Magic matched the worst home loss in franchise history, we wrote in our game recap.

The Orlando Pro Summer League will come to an end and the Magic will head to Las Vegas, writes our Zach Oliver.

The injury-depleted Jazz handed the Magic one of the most embarrassing losses in their history, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic will not hold their annual summer league because NBA officials want to have all 30 teams participating in the Las Vegas event, Robbins writes.

Saturday's loss reminded some of last year's Magic, who won just 29 games and lost by 30 or more points eight times, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com

The Orlando Magic Dancers helped make a dream come true for a young cheerleader with Down syndrome, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com

With his poor pick-and-roll defense and grand total of two rebounds, Nikola Vucevic was given an 'F' in Saturday's grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily. Oh, and the Jazz received an 'A+' for their performance.

Video of Frank Vogel's postgame presser, during which he calls the Magic's performance their "worst game of the season."

The Jazz manhandled the Magic for their first road win of the season, writes SLC Dunk.

The Jazz snapped their losing streak in emphatic fashion against the Magic, writes Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune.

Jonathan Isaac is ranked 11th among this season's rookies, writes Andrew Sharp of The Crossover.


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