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Orlando is now tied for 8th in the East, and only 1.5 games out of 3rd.— The Lando (@TheLando__) November 12, 2018
The Magic have won 4 of their last 5.
On Nov. 2, @OrlandoMagic sat at 2-6 & owned a 4-game losing streak. Following an emotional team meeting that just might have saved their season, they have won in San Antonio & NYC & have beaten CLE & WASH. The only loss came last Wed to DET when ORL twice led by double digits.— John Denton (@JohnDenton555) November 12, 2018
After a dominant Magic victory over the Knicks last night for their fourth win in five games, heading to work this morning like... pic.twitter.com/gLwgv2rZoa— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) November 12, 2018
The Magic led wire-to-wire against the Knicks and didn’t allow their seemingly insurmountable lead turn into an unnecessary nail-biter, writes our Cory Hutson in his game recap.
The shorthanded Magic rolled to a dominant win in New York, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
Aaron Gordon didn’t play against the Knicks because of a sprained ankle, Hays writes.
Behind some torrid shooting, which included 11 first-half threes, the Magic demolished the Knicks, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
In his pregame notebook, Denton writes of Gordon’s injury, Mario Hezonja’s first game against the Magic.
High marks across the board for the Magic, led by an A for Terrence Ross, in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
A nightmare first quarter against the Magic led to an ugly loss for the Knicks, writes Marc Berman of the New York Post.
Mo Bamba and Mitchell Robinson, teammates on the McDonald’s High School All-American game, squared off against one another on Sunday, Berman writes.
The Knicks did nothing right and were in full “Zion” mode against the Magic, writes Alex Wolfe of Posting and Toasting in his game recap.
There have been two sides of Mario Hezonja for the Knicks this season, writes Chris Iseman of northjersey.com.
The Magic seek their fifth win in six games when they travel to Washington to face the Wizards on Monday.