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Magic Tweet of the Day
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In the fourth episode of our Do You Believe in Magic podcast, Preston Ellis is joined by Chris Manning of FeartheSword. com and Locked on Cavs to discuss all things Magic/Cavs.
In the popularity contest that is NBA All-Star voting, Aaron Gordon did not finish among the top ten vote-getters in the East’s frontcourt. Is he being snubbed by fans across the country? Do Magic fans even view him as an All-Star? Join our debate.
Our Aaron Goldstone looks at the likelihood of each member of the Magic staying or going as the trade deadline approaches.
Evan Fournier, shooting just 6 for 26 over his last two games, is trying to regain his rhythm, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Comparing where the Magic are now to where they were when they defeated the Cavs in October is like “comparing four-time MVP LeBron James to a G League call-up simply trying to survive in the NBA,” writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
OrlandoMagic.com compiles a video of Nikola Vucevic’s best plays of 2017.
The Magic will be active at the trade deadline, but do not expect a firesale, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
With the NBA season slipping away for many teams, Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders looks at what the Magic and other bottom NBA teams will do as the trade deadline approaches.
Bismack Biyombo’s rim protection as a starter has not translated over to the Magic’s overall defense, having fallen from 24th in defensive rating to 26th during that time, writes Luke Duffy or Hoops Habit.
Isaiah Thomas is set to make his first start of the season when the Cavs face the Magic on Saturday.
Cavs’ point guard Derrick Rose could return during Cleveland’s road trip, which kicks off on Saturday in Orlando, writes Justin Rown of Fear the Sword.
Terrence Ross sent a text to DeMar DeRozan earlier this week after he broke Toronto’s single-game scoring record, which was held by Ross and Vince Carter, who each scored 51 points in a game while with the Raptors, writes JE Yaranon of Clutch Points.
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