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Magic Tweet of the Day
The Pelcians have 72 points at the half.— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) October 20, 2018
The Wolves have 71 points at the half.
The Magic scored 88 points for the game.
Orlando needs a pure scorer in the worst way. The other pieces are kind of there, but need someone to put points on the board.
Lonzo Ball skills are best suited for another team. If I’m the Orlando Magic I’d seriously consider calling the Lakers because ORL has the best young frontcourt in the eastern conference with Bamba, Gordon, and Issac. Lonzo would be tremendous here in Orlando. #Yoda— Rashad Phillips (@RP3natural) October 19, 2018
Things could not have gone much worse for the Magic offense as Orlando was routed by the Hornets, 120-88, writes our Zach Oliver in his game recap.
Prior to the game, Steve Clifford spoke about facing his former team and attempting to slow down Kemba Walker, Oliver writes.
Mo Bamba may have been held scoreless but I still believe!
The cold-shooting Magic bricked their way through the first half against the Hornets, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
Steve Clifford explained why Nikola Vucevic and not Mo Bamba will continue finishing games, Hays writes.
After a humiliating loss, the Magic will face an early test of character, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic. (Subscription needed)
The Magic are taking a strategic approach in developing Mo Bamba, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
How the Magic respond to a 30-point loss will reveal a lot about the team, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
D.J. Augustin failed to calm the offense and got stuck on screens on defense and received an ‘F’ in the nightly grades column by Rossman-Reich.
How Kemba Walker’s threes and the Tony Parker effect led to the Hornets blowout of the Magic, courtesy of Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer.
Former Magic coach notched his first official head coaching victory in the Hornets rout of the Magic, writes our friends from At The Hive in their game recap.
James Borrego, the NBA’s first Latino coach, draws strength from his heritage, he wrote in a first-person article for The Crossover.