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Magic Tweet of the Day
Huge loss for the Magic in Atlanta. They're rolling.https://t.co/9A4W9nxowo— Tankathon.com (@tankathon) April 2, 2018
When someone brings up your career with the Orlando Magic pic.twitter.com/ovWUc8P4ST— Andrew Hammond (@ahammsportsgeek) April 1, 2018
The Magic were their own worst enemy in a loss to the Hawks (which is a good thing for those rooting for the tank), writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.
The Magic stumbled, shooting just 34 percent against the lowly Atlanta Hawks, writes George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel.
Frank Vogel’s options are limited in distributing meaningful minutes, Diaz writes.
Frank Vogel still cherishes his role on the 1996 Kentucky Wildcats, who won the NCAA National Championship, writes Josh Robbins.
Nikola Vucevic shot just 3-for-19 while former Magic center Dewayne Dedmon confidently drilled one three after another in Orlando’s loss to the Hawks, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Evan Fournier’s offseason training will start earlier than usual, Denton writes.
The one positive from the Magic’s loss to the Hawks was Jonathan Isaac, who recorded a career-high 15 points and earned an ‘A-’ for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
A successful season for the Lakeland Magic came to an end on Saturday, Rossman-Reich writes.
Is Isaiah Thomas the answer for the Magic? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit wonders.
Orlando is expected to be one of seven teams to wear classic uniforms next season, writes Conrad Burry of SportsLogos.net.
A second quarter scoring outburst propelled the Hawks over the Magic in a tough game to watch, writes our friends at Peachtree Hoops.
Despite being healthy and productive, Dwight Howard has not made the Hornets any better, writes Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer.
Victor Oladipo is elevating his game as the Pacers close out the regular season, writes Clifton Brown of the Indianapolis Star.
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