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The Magic jumped out to an early lead and never trailed against the Knicks as they captured their seventh win in nine games, writes our Zach Oliver in his game recap.
The Magic offense is clicking. Imagine what they will be capable of if Evan Fournier manages to find his shot. Our Garrett Townsend examines Fournier’s last eight games.
Be sure to read Aaron Goldstone’s Orlando Magic Progress Reports to see how he graded key members of the Magic for the opening month of the season.
The Magic have a winning record, and now the hard part begins, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Hot shooting helped the Magic roll to a 131-117 victory over the Knicks, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
D.J. Augustin is quietly a key leader for the Orlando Magic, Hays writes.
Steve Clifford puts emphasis on ball movement and transition defense, writes Hays and Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
After a record-tying first quarter and a season-best shooting performance, the Magic won a third straight game, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathan Isaac’s teammates marvel at his shot-blocking ability, Denton writes.
The Magic are blazing hot from three-point land, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
The highest mark of the night went to Jonathan Isaac, who earned an A for his performance against the Knicks in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Jonathan Isaac’s length remains very real and vital to the Orlando Magic, Rossman-Reich writes.
Against the Magic, the Knicks played a special kind of bad defense, writes our friends over at the Knicks blog Posting and Toasting.
The Knicks’ defense was humiliating as they dropped a fifth straight game with their loss to the Magic, writes Marc Berman of the New York Post.
Mario Hezonja, who didn’t play in his Orlando homecoming on Sunday due to illness, is left searching for his role on the Knicks, Berman writes.
ICYMI, our exclusive interview with Steph Curry’s ankle surgeon about Jonathan Isaac and his lingering ankle issues.