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Facing a brutal stretch that kicks off with games against Jimmy Butler and the Sixers, and LeBron and the Lakers, the Magic must manage expectations, writes our Preston Ellis.

The Magic, after winning four of five games, made a slight jump in NBA Power Rankings.

Terrence Ross has been a key offensive spark off the bench for the Magic, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

The hard work that Terrence Ross put in over the summer is paying off, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Ten early season candidates for Sixth Man of the Year, courtesy of Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

The Magic’s bench continues to lose the team’s rhythm, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic must have a successful homestand before heading out on the road, Rossman-Reich writes.

Aaron Gordon is more relaxed than ever before, he says in a Q&A with James Herbert of CBS Sports.

Aaron Gordon will skip the Dunk Contest to focus on becoming a better all-around players, writes Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo Sports.

Jimmy Butler is set to make his Sixers debut against the Magic.

The Philadelphia 76ers and Jimmy Butler need each other, now more than ever, writes Seerat Sohi of SB Nation.

Jimmy Butler is excited to start playing with the 76ers, writes Ian Begley of ESPN.

Did Jimmy Butler land in the right situation in Philadelphia? Andrew Sharp and Ben Golliver of Sports Illustrated debate.

What’s the first thing Penny Hardaway will address after suffering his first coaching loss? Jason Munz of the Memphis Commercial Appeal examines.

The NBA’s next big cash grab will come from taking over your downtown (and that includes Orlando), writes Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN.