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Coach Steve Clifford doesn't hold back, rips Orlando Magic bench after loss to Pistons... pic.twitter.com/s0ap694eZV— NBAMagician (@NBAMagician) November 8, 2018
Starters were good though....
Aaron Gordon treating the game like a dunk contest. Hit the Mailman pose mid-alley pic.twitter.com/VDPmMPDmKc— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 8, 2018
The Magic surrendered a pair of double-digit leads in their 103-96 loss to the Detroit Pistons.
Steve Clifford sounded off after the game, calling the Magic bench “embarassing.”
There’s just something the Orlando Magic do not like about having a big lead, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic are taking a cautious approach with Jonathan Isaac, Hays writes.
Steve Clifford thought the Magic lost what was a winnable game thanks in part to the disparity in production between the starters and reserves, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Steve Clifford and opposing coaches have been impressed with Nikola Vucevic’s defense, Denton writes.
The Magic honored their team chef, who served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
As Steve Clifford said, the starters played well. Evan Fournier and Aaron Gordon each earned a B+ for their performances against the Pistons in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The top three players for the Magic so far this season, courtesy of Luke Duffy or Hoops Habit.
Stone Hansen of Hashtag Basketball sets realistic expectations for the Orlando Magic.
The Pistons started each half disastrously but were able to turn it around for the win, writes Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press.
The Pistons’ bench was key in Detroit’s win over the Magic, writes Lazarus Jackson of Detroit Bad Boys.
What is Penny’s worth? Frank Murtaugh of the Memphis Flyer wonders how far Penny Hardaway can take the Memphis Tigers.
Stan Van Gundy will teach a course at Stetson University, writes Stephen Ruiz of the Orlando Sentinel.