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Magic Tweet of the Day
Painful win for Dallas after Orlando won earlier tonight. Magic back in sole possession of #4.— Tankathon.com (@tankathon) April 4, 2018
Dennis Smith Jr. will likely not play tomorrow against the Orlando Magic— Nick Angstadt (@NickVanExit) April 4, 2018
Per Rick Carlisle.
A career-night by Jamel Artis, some hot shooting by Mario Hezonja and a stellar defensive performance against a shorthanded team led the Magic to a 24-point victory over the Knicks.
The Magic relied on the power of the three to defeat the Knicks, writes George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel.
Jonathan Isaac’s season of fragility continued as he was out again on Tuesday, Diaz writes.
The Magic it 11 threes on a night they set a franchise record for most three-point attempts in a season, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Mario Hezonja scored a team-high 19 points and earned an ‘A-’ for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic’s young players delivered at Madison Square Garden, Rossman-Reich writes.
Scenes from the Knicks’ offensive abomination against the Magic, courtesy of Joe Flynn of Posting and Toasting.
Jamel Artis had a career-night against the Knicks, writes Tim Benz of the Tribune Review.
Frank Vogel says he was surprised the Knicks didn’t offer him the head coaching job in 2016, writes Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News.
A Q&A with Victor Oladipo, courtesy of Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated.
The Magic attempt for rare consecutive wins when they host the Mavericks.
What to watch for in the Magic and Mavericks “Tank Tug-of-War” on Wednesday, courtesy of Dalton Trigg of Mavs Moneyball.
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