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Magic Tweet of the Day
@NikolaVucevic tweeted a pic showing the entire Grizzlies' bench ratting out Terrence Ross for stepping out of bounds.
When the whole class snitches on you pic.twitter.com/Xdau5VJnyp— Nikola Vucevic (@NikolaVucevic) November 2, 2017
(Side note: I've never seen some variation of the word "sustain" used so often in stories about one basketball team)
Join Orlando Pinstriped Post's debate over who should be starting for the Magic as the season progresses.
Here's a headline from The Ringer that will make you giddy: "The Magic are the new Warriors."
The Magic offense could be disrupted with injuries to D.J. Augustin and Elfrid Payton, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Marreese Speights played just four minutes in the win over the Grizzlies and still delivered, Robbins writes. Frank Vogel has trust in Terrence Ross, he adds.
The Magic's success is generating a buzz in Orlando, writes George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel. Even Carlos Santana predicted a Magic/Spurs Finals, he adds.
The Magic's successful road trip was thanks in large part to the team's reserves, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com
By making the extra pass or driving the lane and kicking out, the Magic have been taking and making "high-percentage" three-point shots, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com
With their reliance on threes and long midrange jumpers, the Magic offense has a unique but confident makeup, writes Ricky Scricca of Orlando Magic Daily.
Mario Hezonja says he will "stay the course" after the Magic declined his option, writes Phillip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Has Hezonja shown glimpses of improvement? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit weighs in.
Duffy also lists the pros and cons of the Magic hypothetically acquiring Eric Bledsoe.
If you saw our Tweet of the Day on Wednesday, Aaron Gordon tweeted at another Aaron Gordon, who was ridiculed for...well, for having the name Aaron Gordon. Here is more on that from Andrew Gould of Bleacher Report.
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