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Poor three point shooting once again doomed the Magic in their loss to the Kings.

The Magic’s cold shooting woes continued, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Aaron Gordon was delighted to host Special Olympic athletes, Hays writes.

The Magic are taking inspiration from Klay Thompson to bring an end to their shooting slump, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Mo Bamba’s shot-blocking prowess was on display against the Kings, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

Josh Robbins of The Athletic writes that Evan Fournier believes the Magic would be winning if he was playing the way he can.

It was a tough shooting night for the Magic, but Mo Bamba earned an A- and Terrence Ross got an A in the grades column by Zachary Bethel of Orlando Magic Daily.

Jonathan Isaac is starting to feel more comfortable, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Mo Bamba and Marvin Bagley showcase the the big man evolution, writes SacTown Royalty.

Three takeaways from the King’s win over the Magic, courtesy of Jason Anderson of the Sacramento Bee.

Penny Hardaway comes home, writes Joel Anderson of ESPN.

It’s time for Penny Hardaway to transfer hoopla into hoops wins, writes Clay Bailey of the Associated Press.