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The Mavericks have escalated their effort to trade Dennis Smith Jr. and have been in talks with the Orlando Magic, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

The Mavs are reportedly trying to trade Dennis Smith Jr. with star rookie Luka Doncic given more control of the offense, writes Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star Telegram.

What will it take to get the point guard to Orlando?

Despite what Woj reported, the Suns apparently have no interest in Dennis Smith Jr., according to John Gambadoro of 98.7 Arizona Sports.

Our friends over at Mavs Moneyball give their individual reactions to the news about the Mavs aggressively trying to trade Dennis Smith Jr.

The curse of the 2017 point guard class is coming for Dennis Smith Jr., writes Chris Thompson of Deadspin.

ICYMI, our Aaron Goldstone handed out midterm grades for key members of the Magic.

With wins over the Celtics and Magic, the Magic have found their purpose of play, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Jonathan Isaac is excited to be focused on progress instead of injuries, Parry writes.

Sharing the ball continues to be the key to success for the Orlando Magic, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Buckle up, the Orlando Magic are now in the fight, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Nikola Vucevic could be a trade deadline difference-maker, writes D.J. Foster of The Ringer.

Aaron Gordon is one of the NBA’s most misused talents and is in need of a role change, writes Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer.

The three Magic players most likely to be traded before the deadline, courtesy of Luke Duffy or Hoops Habit.

The last hurdle for the Orlando Magic’s $200 million downtown complex is about to be cleared, writes Richard Bilbao of the Orlando Business Journal.