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This Orlando Magic team, which some thought were very good, proved they are very bad after getting crushed by the Kings, writes our Cory Hutson in his game recap.

The Kings’ lead reached as many as 29 points in the third quarter, writes Mark Billingsley for the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic were overwhelmed by their defensive struggles, their woeful shooting, and a young and energetic Kings team, writes John Denton of

Steve Clifford says this season is very much like a rookie season for Jonathan Isaac, Denton writes.

Aaron Gordon forced shots and failed to get teammates involved, earning a D for his performance against the Kings in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

After one of the Magic’s worst losses of the year, hard questions are being raised, Rossman-Reich writes.

The Kings snapped a four-game losing streak with a relatively easy win over the Magic, writes Sanjesh Singh of Sactown Royalty.

Three dream trade scenarios for the Magic in 2019 and beyond, courtesy of Luke Duffy or Hoops Habit.

Former Magic forward Hedo Turkoglu, now chief adviser to the president of Turkey, says the reason for Enes Kanter not wanting to travel internationally is because of Visa issues, not fears for his life.

Hedo Turkoglu and Enes Kanter are engaged in a war of words over Turkish authoritarianism, writes Ben Rohrbach of Yahoo Sports.

Penny Hardaway says if Memphis wants an NCAA Tournament bid, they must win games like the one they just lost, writes Drew Hill of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.