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With some patchwork in their lineup, the Magic struggled mightily in their tank war against the Kings, writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.
Playing without their two leading scorers, the Magic were discombobulated all night long, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
Aaron Gordon says he suffered from a migraine on Wednesday, not a concussion, Robbins writes.
Vince Carter relishes his new role of mentoring Sacramento’s young players, Robbins writes.
Rodney Purvis wears number 15 to honor his fallen brother, Denton writes.
Jonathon Simmons was the only player that played with consistent energy and aggression on Friday, earning a ‘B+’ in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
This was literally a bad win for Sacramento, writes Sanjesh Singh of Sactown Royalty.
The Clippers can’t afford to overlook the Magic.
Shaquille O’Neal discusses making mends with Kobe Bryant and life on Inside the NBA, courtesy of Jason Duaine Hahn of People Magazine.
The Penny Hardaway vs. Tubby Smith battle has intensified, with Smith’s attorney questioning Hardaway’s role in Smith being unable to recruit Memphis area players, writes Marc Giannotto of The Commercial Appeal.
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