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According to trades that have gone down the last several months in the NBA, the Magic could have conceivably wound up with Paul George and Blake Griffin as crazy as that sounds. Dipo and Sabonis for George. Tobias key figure in bringing Griffin to Detroit. Think about it. https://t.co/hnmXpjsTXw— Brandon Kravitz (@BrandonKravitz) January 29, 2018
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Jonathon Simmons returns to his hometown of Houston on Tuesday when the Magic face the Rockets, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Wes Iwundu - who grew up in Houston idolizing Steve Francis, Tracy McGrady and Yao Ming - will play in his hometown for the first time, Robbins writes.
Robbins also writes that Aaron Gordon is questionable for Tuesday’s game. Iwundu is excited to play in front of family and friends, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathon Simmons, set to establish a new career high in minutes played in a single season, has seen a drop in his production, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic are the ultimate losers in the Blake Griffin trade, writes JE Yaranon of ClutchPoints.
Five trade proposals that will put the magic back in the Orlando Magic, courtesy of Aaron Hertzog of FanSided.
The Dream Shake previews the Magic/Rockets game.
Trading Ryan Anderson is a terrible idea for the Rockets, writes Jeremy Brener of the Dream Shake.
Stats show that James Harden’s defense has improved, despite his critics saying otherwise, writes Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.
Former Magic forward Tobias Harris, the centerpiece in the trade for Blake Griffin, is shooting threes nearly as frequently as Klay Thompson. And that’s a good thing, writes Matt Ellentuck of SB Nation.
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