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Counting the number of blown double-digit leads by the Orlando Magic this season.... pic.twitter.com/NdihJyhAw9— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) January 6, 2019
The Magic built and surrendered another double-digit lead as their offense struggled after the first quarter against the Clippers.
Yet again, the Magic watched as an opponent turned the tables on them, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic, whose offense struggled when the Clippers stuffed the paint, emphasize ball movement and finding Nikola Vucevic early in the possession, Hays writes.
Steve Clifford dismisses convention stats and praised Aaron Gordon for his strong play, Hays writes.
The Magic, who allowed an 11-0 fourth quarter run, have now lost 11 straight to the Clippers, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The “Heart and Hustle” Magic team of 1999-2000 remains one of Doc Rivers’ favorites, Denton writes.
While the Magic offense struggled against the Clippers, the bright spot was the aggressive play of rookie Mo Bamba, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
It was a rough game for Jonathan Isaac, who shot poorly and looked hesitant on offense, earning a D for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic must balance Jonathan Isaac’s current inconsistencies with his promising potential, Rossman-Reich writes.
Jonathan Isaac is continuing to improve his game, Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit wrote prior to Sunday’s game.
The lethargic Clippers woke up in the second half, using multiple extended runs to pull away from the Magic, writes Chris Murch of Clips Nation in his game recap.
Tobias Harris is playing like an All-Star...except in the fourth quarter, Murch writes.
Three ways for the Kings to defeat the Magic, courtesy of Rafe Wong of FanSided.
The Rockets should make a splash trade for Nikola Vucevic, writes T.A. Mock of House of Houston.