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The Magic took care of business south of the border in Mexico City, holding off the Chicago Bulls to snap their three-game losing streak.

ICYMI, be sure to check out our Aaron Goldstone’s Orlando Magic Progress Reports, where he dishes out grades for key members of the Magic.

The Bulls were the fan favorite in Mexico City, but Nikola Vucevic and the Magic got the win, writes Carlos Rodriguez of the Orlando Sentinel.

Nikola Vucevic’s clutch jumper, and the Magic’s stifling defense, lifted Orlando to the win, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

In his pregame notebook, Denton writes of Adam Silver thanking the Magic, the social media feud between Evan Fournier and Tracy McGrady, and pairing Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac at the forward position.

The Magic have the pieces to be elite defensively, now and in the future, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

Nikola Vucevic saved the Magic in Mexico City in what was a must-win game, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The NBA sold out the Magic/Bulls game in Mexico City despite competition from a soccer championship, Robbins writes.

Nikola Vucevic, who hit the go-ahead jumper for the Magic, earned an A for his performance in Mexico City in the nightly grades column by John Black of Orlando Magic Daily.

Jonathan Isaac returned to the starting lineup on Thursday and his defensive impact was felt, writes Jean Racine of Orlando Magic Daily.

It was a slow and low-scoring game, but the Bulls still lost, writes our friends at Blog A Bull in their game recap.

The Magic have interest in trading for Sixers point guard Markelle Fultz, writes Dave Early of Liberty Ballers.

The Lakers have interest in Terrence Ross, writes Sean Deveney of Sporting News.

The Magic served bad basketball but good food in 2016 and 2017, as Amway Center came in at No. 16 overall in ESPN’s food-safety ranking of professional sports arenas and stadiums.