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Magic Tweet of the Day
Another one that got away.....
Mo Harkless is good now. I just want everyone to know this. He was always “could be good” and now he is just good good.— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) March 26, 2018
Twitter reacts to Elfrid Payton’s return to Orlando with tweets that speak for themselves.
Frank Vogel will be the Magic’s first offseason decision, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Lakeland Magic clinched a playoff berth in their inaugural season, Rossman-Reich writes.
Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com ranks the top 10 shooting guards in Magic history.
Derek Bodner of The Athletic (subscription required) contrasts the rebuilds of the Orlando Magic and the Philadelphia 76ers.
Dwight Howard is a lock for the Hall of Fame, writes Charles Curtis of USA Today.
For Victor Oladipo, being defended like an All-Star is less fun than being an All-Star, writes Clifton Brown of the Indianapolis Star.
A look inside Victor Oladipo’s recent regression, courtesy of Jacob Breece of 8 Points, Nine Seconds.
The Penny Hardaway Process: How the Memphis Tigers hired their new basketball coach, courtesy of Mark Giannotto of the Commercial Appeal.
Tobias Harris has been better than expected for the Clippers, writes Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times.
The Curious Case of Moe Harkless: How an apology turned season around for Blazers’ forward, courtesy of Joe Freeman of The Oregonian.
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