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Magic Tweet of the Day
We were going to go with a tweet poking fun at Terrence Ross...you know we all cursed him out after one (or all) of those three turnovers in that final minute. But why spoil the mood after a great win? Tweet of the day goes to Aaron W. Gordon...
There is a basketball player with the same name as me. This person is upset with me because of it. pic.twitter.com/7hlugH4QLa— Aaron W. Gordon (@A_W_Gordon) November 2, 2017
It even got a response from the other Aaron Gordon...
this is totally my humor! Stay strong, AG. Don't let the haters get to you https://t.co/z6ziYGKLW9— Aaron Gordon (@Double0AG) November 2, 2017
Our own Aaron Goldstone recaps the Magic's 101-99 win over the Grizzlies, giving Orlando its first win in Memphis since 2008.
Our own Cory Hutson tells us if he is buying or selling on each of the Magic's early season trends.
The Magic are now off to their best start since the 2009-2010 season, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Despite the Magic declining his fourth-year option, Mario Hezonja says his approach will not change, writes Robbins.
The Magic's surging offense was to be tested by the stingy Grizzlies' defense, Robbins wrote before Wednesday's game.
A change in Aaron Gordon's shooting mechanics has helped him excel from behind the arc, writes Scott Rafferty of Fansided.
Aaron Gordon is blossoming thanks to his improved shooting and newfound spacing in the Magic's modernized offense, Rohan Nadcarni of Sports Illustrated writes.
The three-point line, on both ends of the floor, was a determining factor in the Magic's win over the Grizzlies, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com selects the top three performers from the Magic's win over Memphis.
Evan Fournier earns another "A" on the report card as Phillip Rossman-Reich hands out grades for the game between the Magic and Grizzlies. I know you're all curious to see what Terrence Ross got.
Jonathon Simmons has become an X-factor for the Magic, writes Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders.
Are the Magic for real? Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer takes an in-depth look at Orlando and the league's other surprise teams.
The Grizzlies fumbled away a win against the Magic, writes the Grizzly Bear Blues in their game recap.
Orlando Pinstriped Post was asked five questions by Grizzly Bear Blues before the Magic/Grizzlies game. Warning: I actually predicted the Magic to lose and I'm glad I was wrong.