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Magic Tweet of the Day
Orlando Magic center Nikola Vucevic has been named #NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the period ending Nov. 18, marking the second time he has earned the honor in his career (3/30/14).— Orlando Magic PR (@Magic_PR) November 19, 2018
- 27.8 ppg
- 10.5 rpg
- 4.0 apg
- 1.25 stlpg
- 58.1 FG%
- 47.1 3FG%#PureMagic pic.twitter.com/x5b5eDFrw2
Over the last nine games, the Orlando Magic have been one of the league’s best offensive teams, writes our Zach Oliver.
Jonathan Isaac continues to find ways to impact the game for the Magic, Oliver writes.
Should the Magic consider one of the available big names on the market right now like Carmelo Anthony, John Wall or Bradley Beal? Our Will Ogburn examines in the Off-Day Debate.
Our Garrett Townsend breaks down Evan Fournier’s recent stretch.
The Magic’s winning streak will be tested against the potent Raptors, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
Vucevic says that winning is all that matters amid his recent dominance, Denton writes.
Wes Iwundu doesn’t stand out in the box score, but he does on the court, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Terrence Ross is having a career year for the Magic, writes Jean Racine of Orlando Magic Daily.
Three reasons the Orlando Magic are above .500 right now, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.
Aaron Gordon distributed Thanksgiving meals in Oakland, writes Brady Klopfer of Golden State of Mind.
Nikola Vucevic has cracked the top 20 in fantasy basketball rankings, writes Andre Snellings.
The Orlando Magic might be best positioned to make a deal for John Wall, writes Robby Kalland of UPROXX.
A preview of Tuesday’s Magic/Raptors game, courtesy of Joel E. Stephens of Raptors HQ.
The Magic aim to stay hot against the Raptors.