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The Magic rang in the New Year with a runaway win over the hapless Bulls, writes our Will Ogburn in his game recap.

New Year’s Resolutions for each member of the Magic core, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.

ICYMI, we gather a collection of our favorite Orlando Magic stories by OPP in 2018.

Aaron Gordon posted a near triple-double to lead the Magic over the Bulls, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Nikola Vucevic has emerged as a stabilizing force on defense, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Magic’s ball movement, shooting and smothering defense allowed them to avenge their previous loss to the Bulls, writes John Denton of

Analytics show that the Magic are much better with D.J. Augustin on the floor, Denton writes.

Jerian Grant is always ready when his number is called, Denton writes.

Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier have improved their passing this season, writes Josh Cohen of

With another strong defensive effort, and a career-high nine assists, Aaron Gordon earned an A in the nightly grades column by Muhammed Jumani of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic’s New Year’s Resolution is to find consistency in 2019 so they can reach their goals, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Not even the Bulls’ slow pace could mask the deficit against the Magic, writes our friends at Blog a Bull in their game recap.

Defense, not offense, was the main issue in what was one of the Bulls ugliest losses of the season, writes K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune.

Penny Hardaway’s first season as Memphis coach will be defined by ACC play, writes Mark Giannotto of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.