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A round-up of Orlando Magic content from around the web

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Morning Magic where we gather all Magic-related content and provide links for your viewing pleasure, will be returning on a daily basis very soon. Until then, here is a special edition providing all of the stories that came out of Media Day. But first....

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Mo Bamba and Jonathan Isaac are the key to the Magic’s defense, writes our Zach Oliver, who was reporting live from Media Day.

Steve Clifford brings much needed identity to the Orlando Magic, Oliver writes.

In advance of Media Day, we listed 10 questions about the upcoming season for the Orlando Magic.

To celebrate the Magic’s 30th season, our own Aaron Goldstone provides a three-part series on the top 30 players in franchise history. Also check out our ranking of the top 30 Magic games.

Will Steve Clifford really put Mo Bamba and Nikola Vucevic on the court together?

The DeVos family has no intention of selling the Magic, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic’s goal is to develop an identity and stick to it, Robbins writes.

The Magic are brimming with confidence heading into training camp, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Video of Media Day interviews and a behind the scenes photo gallery, courtesy of OrlandoMagic.com.

The five biggest questions facing the Magic in training camp, courtesy of Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Check out Orlando Magic Daily’s player outlooks for each player on the team, starting with Mo Bamba, courtesy of Patrick Flynn.

Three bold Orlando Magic predictions for the 2018-2019 season, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

The Magic has become a team worth watching, writes Kurt Helin of NBC Sports.

Aaron Gordon is driven to lead the Magic to a turnaround season, writes Dick Scanlon of the Associated Press.

Steve Clifford goes on the air with 96.9 The Game to discuss his return to Orlando and the plan for developing talent.

The best case and worst case for the Orlando Magic, courtesy of Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer.

Mario Hezonja has a second chance and a new protege, writes Marc Berman of the New York Post.

Penny Hardaway is putting his legacy on the line to revitalize Memphis, writes Dan Greene of Sports Illustrated.