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A round-up of Orlando Magic content from around the web

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Each morning we will gather Magic content from around the web and deliver it to you. Consider it one-stop shopping for all Magic headlines. But first...

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Prior to the Magic’s win on Wednesday, our Aaron Goldstone asked Frank Vogel if he was concerned with the Lakers’ pace of play. “Yes, that’s why I’m starting two centers tonight,” he said. That move paid off.

We rank all of the Orlando Magic jerseys in franchise history from worst to first. Join the debate.

The OPP crew discuss all things Magic in the latest episode of our Do You Believe in Magic? podcast.

The sleep-deprived Magic looked fresh, hitting 18 threes, and the rested Lakers looked lethargic in a much-needed win for Orlando, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.

Costly and avoidable miscues are still hurting the Magic, Robbins writes.

Not even Lavar Ball could have made the Magic-Lakers game interesting, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic shared the ball, shot with confidence and made some history of their own in their win over the Lakers, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Frank Vogel is encouraged by the recent improvement he has seen from the Magic, Denton writes.

Mo Speights got the starting nod and was a weapon on the offensive end, earning a ‘B+’ for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The deadline has passed for the Magic to sign a two-way player, Rossman-Reich writes.

Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit lists five things that need to happen in February for the Orlando Magic.

The Ringer is in disbelief that the Magic won a game.

The Lakers looked disastrous against the Magic, writes Silver Screen and Roll in their game recap.

The Magic’s three-point barrage buried the Lakers, writes Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times.


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