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Morning Magic: Your daily headlines

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

After the Magic's disheartening loss to the Chicago Bulls, @TheLando_ tweeted some wise words from veteran Arron Afflalo.

Magic Headlines

The Magic were dominated on both ends of the floor in a 105-83 loss to the Chicago Bulls, writes our Zach Oliver.

Even after the Magic's early-season success, the disappointing loss to the Bulls shows there is plenty of work to be done, Oliver writes.

The Magic's ice-cold shooting and failure to attack the basket led to their loss against the Bulls, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.

D.J. Augustin suffered a "mild-to-moderate' strain in his hamstring, leaving the Magic with one point guard, Robbins writes.

Robbins says a looming question remains: Was the Magic's strong start a fluke?

Ricky Scricca of Orlando Magic Daily hands out grades for the Magic/Bulls game. Not a pretty report card for the Magic.

The Magic were haunted by their old demons in their loss to the Bulls, writes Phillip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic are hopeful that Elfrid Payton will return on Sunday against the Celtics, writes John Denton of

The hot-shooting, high-scoring Magic failed to show off their progress to a sellout crowd, Denton writes.

The Magic overhauled a center-heavy team and adapted to the modern NBA, writes Nick Greene of Slate.

Hoops Habit's Luke Duffy lists his five keys for the Magic to have a positive November.

The Bulls dominated the white-hot Orlando Magic with balanced scoring and a 62-point second half explosion, writes Blog A Bull.

As always, if you come across any other Magic stories worth a read, feel free to share them below.