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Orlando finishes 1-5 on this 6 game road trip.— The Lando (@TheLando__) January 10, 2019
The Magic led by 19 in Minnesota and lost by double digits.
The Magic led by 16 in Los Angeles and lost by double digits.
The Magic led by 21 in Utah and lost by double digits.
Counting the number of blown double-digit leads by the Orlando Magic this season.— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) January 10, 2019
Adding the 21-point lead over the Utah Jazz to the list... pic.twitter.com/0s4TXp4Rrl
In one road trip, the Magic turned three double-digit leads into double-digit losses in three different time zones.
Orlando dominated on both ends of the court for a half, before everything unraveled in the third quarter, writes John Coon for the Orlando Sentinel.
So efficient at times, and confoundingly discombobulated at others, the Magic suffered the worst kind of loss against the Jazz, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
A sore foot kept Mo Bamba out against the Jazz, Denton writes.
Orlando’s biggest issue is its roster, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Evan Fournier had one points and missed all eight of his shots against the Jazz, earning a D for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic’s second round pick, Justin Jackson, suffered season-ending surgery, Rossman-Reich writes.
Aaron Gordon’s involvement is vital to reviving the Orlando Magic offense, writes Spencer R. Henderson of Orlando Magic Daily.
It was a tale of two halves for the Jazz in their comeback win over the Magic, writes our friends at SLC Dunk in their game recap.
The Jazz defense limited the Magic to 30 points in the second half, writes Andy Larsen of the Salt Lake Tribune.
Should the Magic have interest in Michael Carter-Williams? Luke Duffy examines.
Nikola Vucevic is a worthy candidate to be a first-time All-Star, writes Jake DeGruccio of Sir Charles in Charge.
Penny Hardaway says the Memphis Tigers’ work ethic is not good enough, writes Drew Hill of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.