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Our Aaron Goldstone hands out grades for each member of the Magic’s core in his Midterm Progress Report.
Our Garrett Townsend takes an in-depth look at the price the Magic have paid over the last decade for underperforming back-up point guards.
The Magic are stuck in the difficult position of trying to build a winning culture while also hoping for the best draft pick they can get, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
In his Magic notebook, Robbins writes of Lisa Leslie joining the Magic broadcast team, the Magic becoming the worst third quarter team in the league, and All Star voting returns.
Aaron Gordon is trying to take advantage of his skill and push himself and others, but not to the point that it is counterproductive, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The one silver lining this season is that several of the Magic’s young players have improved, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Should the Magic consider trading Evan Fournier? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit examines.
The Magic, a team in a perpetual rebuild without one easily identifiable flaw that is easily corrected, are becoming a cautionary tale, writes Brett Koremenos of Real GM.
Jaren Jackson Jr. could held end the Magic’s never-ending rebuild, writes Brendon Kleen of FanSided in his mock draft.
A preview of Friday’s match-up between the Magic and Wizards, courtesy of Jake Whitacre of Bullets Forever.
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