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Mario Hezonja finishes with 12 pts, 8 boards, 4 assists, 2 steals, 3 blocks, a +13 and THE DIME HEARD ‘ROUND THE WORLD! pic.twitter.com/diFJ9sTx1R— #PaperMario World (@PaperMarioWorld) April 5, 2018
Magic fans when they remember Mario Hezonja and Aaron Gordon are free agents this summer pic.twitter.com/zAEAm5ng0n— Be Magic Or Be Gone! (@BeORLMagic) April 4, 2018
With lottery implications on the line, Aaron Gordon and Jamel Artis helped the Magic grind out a win over the Mavericks, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
The Magic roster must change their roster, not their coaches, writes our Zach Oliver.
With their first pick in the inaugural NBA 2K League draft, Magic Gaming selected a gamer from Florida.
After being spoken to about his shot selection by Frank Vogel, Aaron Goron piled up east baskets to lead the Magic over the Mavericks, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic held Nikola Vucevic out of Wednesday’s game against the Mavs, Robbins writes.
Aaron Gordon shook off his recent shooting woes by aggressively attacking the basket against the Mavs, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathon Simmons is frustrated he can’t be on the court to help the Magic, Denton writes.
Aaron Gordon scored 16 of his 20 points in the first quarter and earned an ‘A-’ for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Joe Buckley of Orlando Magic Daily previews the Magic’s final week of the season.
Two takeaways from the Mavericks’ loss to the Magic, courtesy of Kirk Henderson of Mavs Moneyball.
Tom Ziller of SB Nation says that of the nine “horrible teams” in the NBA, the Magic’s future is the least bright.
UConn product Rodney Purvis revels in his NBA opportunity, writes Don Amore of the Hartford Courant.
Penny Hardaway’s son became his first commit at Memphis, writes Mark Giannotto of USA Today.
Shaquille O’Neal told CBS Sports that he and Penny Hardaway could’ve definitely won an NBA title if they had stayed together.
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