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The Magic dominated the first three quarters, and then held on, en route to just their sixth victory in San Antonio in franchise history.

In the first installment of a season-long series that will look at individual performances, our Garrett Townsend breaks down Aaron Gordon’s first eight games of the season.

The Magic had the “warrior mentality” that Evan Fournier said they would need in snapping their skid with a win over the Spurs, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Jonathan Isaac missed Sunday’s game and Wes Iwundu started in his place, Hays writes.

Evan Fournier and Nikola Vucevic share a strong friendship, Hays writes.

The Magic came out with an attacking, hit-first mentality against the Spurs, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Steve Clifford’s experience is helping the Magic stay confident and poised, Denton writes.

Jonathan Isaac sat out Sunday’s game against the Spurs with a sprained ankle, Denton writes.

The Magic’s victory over the Spurs was a collective effort, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

Aaron Gordon’s 26 points in the Magic win over the Spurs may have been an important sign of growth, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Terrence Ross received an A+ for his performance against the Spurs in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The biggest task for Steve Clifford is changing the culture, Rossman-Reich writes.

The Spurs fourth quarter rally was too little too late against the Magic, writes our friends at Pounding the Rock in their game recap.

Gregg Popovich did not enjoy the 39 minutes or so in which the Spurs made the league’s worst offense look like the second coming of the Golden State Warriors, writes Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News.