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The B.I.G. Era officially began last night with Bamba, Isaac and Gordon all on the court together for the first time. Check out the thread...
B.I.G: Last night was the first glimpse of Bamba, Isaac & Gordon out on the floor together, for the first time this season & the initial impact was very impressive.— Orlando Magic UK (@OrlandoMagicUK) November 21, 2018
Despite the loss, the defence we played to start the 4th quarter was scary, here’s some takeaways... pic.twitter.com/h0X0jcurKK
The Magic came back from 18 down to take the lead against the East’s top team, but Danny Green’s buzzer beater lifted the Raptors, writes our Zach Oliver in his game recap.
The debut of Orlando’s B.I.G. lineup showed promise but produced mixed results, writes our Aaron Goldstone.
Members of the Magic discuss Nikola Vucevic being named Eastern Conference Player of the Week in Oliver’s pregame notebook.
After winning seven of nine games, how high did the Magic climb in NBA power rankings around the web?
There are some mixed opinions on whether the Magic should pursue one of the big name players currently on the market.
The Raptors’ buzzer-beater snapped the Magic’s three-game winning streak, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
Five takeaways from the Magic’s loss to the Raptors, courtesy of Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
A devoted family support system helped Terrence Ross get his groove back, Robbins writes.
Danny Green ended what had been an awful night for him with a huge shot, writes Eric Koreen of The Athletic.
We’re about to find out how good the Orlando Magic are, writes Preston Ellis for Bball Index.
The Magic coaches and players are giving back during Thanksgiving week, Denton writes.
Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier each received a B+ for their performance against the Raptors in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Raptors allowed the Magic to get back in the game with some sloppy play and missed shots, but Danny Green’s buzzer-beater avoided catastrophe, writes John Gaudes of Raptors HQ.
The Raptors’ bench apparently found Aaron Gordon’s trash talk funny, writes Virgil Villanueva of ClutchPoints.
Maybe we were wrong about Nikola Vucevic, who is having a career year, writes Chris Murch of Hoops Habit.
Nikola Vucevic joins Alex Kennedy of Hoops Hype on his podcast to discuss the Magic’s hot start, the team’s young core, his future, etc.
By landing top recruit James Wiseman, Penny Hardaway has helped put Memphis back on the map, writes Jeff Borzello of ESPN.
Penny Hardaway’s Memphis is about to become a monster program, writes Tully Corcoran of The Big Lead.
For Penny Hardaway’s Memphis Tigers, James Wiseman is more than just a commitment, writes Mark Giannotto of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.