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After the first quarter, it looked as if Isaac might actually make this happen....
Big day for Magic players who have worn number one. Penny Hardaway gets a new coaching job. Tracy McGrady gets inducted into the Magic Hall of Fame...Maybe this means that Jonathan Isaac will go for 20 points and 20 rebounds tonight— O. Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) March 20, 2018
The Magic collapsed in the fourth quarter in their loss to the Raptors on Tracy McGrady Night, writes our Preston Ellis.
Tracy McGrady was inducted into the Magic Hall of Fame and during his speech made some interesting comments about both his arrival and departure in Orlando.
We discuss our favorite T-Mac moments and offer YouTube videos of each to remind you of his greatness.
Penny Hardaway was introduced as head coach at the University of Memphis.
Our Aaron Goldstone lists 16 draft prospects to watch in the Sweet 16.
The Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac duo played well together, but not well enough to overcome a rotten fourth quarter, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
DeMar DeRozan helped with Nikola Vucevic’s basketball education, Robbins writes.
Tracy McGrady still feels the sting of what could have been had the Magic landed Tim Duncan, writes George Diaz of the Orlando Magic.
Tracy McGrady was enshrined in the Magic Hall of Fall of Fame on Tuesday, his basketball odyssey coming full circle, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Growing up, Aaron Gordon marveled at Tracy McGrady, Denton writes.
Aaron Gordon and Jonathan Isaac are expected to be on the court together a lot over the remainder of the season, Denton writes.
Playing alongside one another, Aaron Gordon earned a ‘B’ and Jonathan Isaac received an ‘A-’ for their performances in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
A look back at Tracy McGrady’s best performances, courtesy of Ruben Badillo of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Raptors turned in up defensively to take down the Magic, writes Jacob M. Mack of Raptors HQ.
How good has Aaron Gordon really been? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit examines.
Elfrid Payton is facing an uncertain future in Phoenix, writes Scott Bordow of azcentral.com.
Memphis officially introduced former Magic guard and Tigers star Penny Hardaway as its head coach on Tuesday, writes Mark Giannotto of the Commercial Appeal. The hiring has fans buzzing, writes Ron Maxey. Hardaway reminds Memphis of what Tigers basketball can be, writes Geoff Calkins.
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