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Joel Embiid charging inside like a mad man would present a good chance to make a business decision and get out of the way. Jonathan Isaac met him at the rim. And wonpic.twitter.com/rjhYxr8HDo— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) November 15, 2018
The Sixers blow a 16 point 4th quarter lead to the Orlando Magic and lose.— Eagles Fan Problems (@EagleFanProbs) November 15, 2018
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A 21-0 run in the second half propelled the Magic to a win over the Sixers, spoiling Jimmy Butler’s debut, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
Jonathan Isaac’s block on Joel Embiid shifted the momentum and helped lift the Magic to a win, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
A clutch three by Terrence Ross capped the Magic’s comeback win with the entire basketball world watching, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathan Isaac is doing all that he can to make his body and mind sound, Denton writes.
With his highlight-reel block on Joel Embiid, Jonathan Isaac showed why the Magic view him as a key member of their nucleus, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Terrence Ross has been acing all tests so far this season, and he earned another A for his performance against the Sixers in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Prior to Wednesday’s game, Rossman-Reich wrote that free throws are the root of the Magic’s problems.
The Orlando Magic should inquire about Markelle Fultz, writes Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.
Even with a new piece, the Sixers fell into some old habits against the Magic, writes Justin Carter of Liberty Ballers.
The Magic spoiled Jimmy Butler’s debut, writes Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Jimmy Butler scored 14 points in his debut as the Sixers let a lead slip away against the Magic, writes Tim Bontemps of ESPN.
Jimmy Butler’s Sixers debut shows a promising fit with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, writes Michael Shapiro of Sports Illustrated.