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The struggling Magic, who have lost three straight, are set to face the dysfunctional Bulls, fresh off their “moo-tiny,” in Mexico City, writes our Preston Ellis in his game preview.

Before the Magic’s two-game set in Mexico City, our Aaron Goldstone dishes out grades for key members of the Magic in the second installment of his Orlando Magic progress reports.

Check out how the Magic’s recent slide affected their standing in various NBA Power Rankings.

The Magic hope to find answers and snap out of their slump while they are in Mexico, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Aaron Gordon launched a computer coding program for school children, writes Marco Santana of the Orlando Sentinel.

Evan Fournier has rejoined the Magic after dealing with a personal issues, Hays writes.

With the Mexico trip counting as two homes games, the Magic face additional pressure to play well, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

A photo gallery of the Magic’s trip to Mexico City, courtesy of

The Magic are focused on bouncing back during their trip to Mexico City, writes John Denton of

Staying within the Magic’s system is key for Aaron Gordon, Denton writes.

The Magic’s road to the playoffs will be a winding one, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

After a three-game losing streak, the Magic have an opportunity to show growth, writes John Black of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Chicago Bulls have become a national punchline, writes JayPatt of Blog A Bull.

The Bulls appreciate an opportunity for a “family business trip” to Mexico City, writes K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune.

With Dunk Contest stars Aaron Gordon and Zach LaVine, there will be competition and style in Mexico City, writes Sam Smith of

Three goals for the Magic’s trip to Mexico City, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

The Magic’s trip south of the border could shape the remainder of their season, writes Danny Thompson of Around the Association.

Zach Buckley of Bleacher Reports listed one player each contending team should trade for, which included Nikola Vucevic to the Celtics and Jonathon Simmons to the Nuggets.