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Quick Celtics vs. Magic analysis— Thomas Fant (@Winston_Wolfe) October 11, 2019
1. Orlando’s starting 5 are looong
2. Not very good tho
Remember when the Magic went 3-0 against the Celtics in the regular season and clinched a playoff berth on their home floor?— The Lando (@TheLando__) October 12, 2019
I member. https://t.co/PrJ5lSP3kQ
NBA Twitter: Yall must be some clowns if you think the Magic are making the top 4 seed— Jeff WeltGawd (@MagicMan816) October 11, 2019
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Basketball was played inside Amway Center for the first time in six months and it wasn’t pretty for the home team, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
Will the Magic add anyone to the roster before opening night? Goldstone examines.
In their first preseason loss, the Magic learned they need ball movement to be effective, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
Michael Carter-Williams continues to do the little things for the Magic, Parry writes.
A video of members of the current Magic attempting to identify objects and figures from the era of team’s first season in 1989, courtesy of MIke Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.
Brad Stevens thinks the Magic will be one of the NBA’s better teams, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Steve Clifford praises Michael Carter-Williams for his defensive abilities, Denton writes.
Aaron Gordon shot 1-for-14 in the Magic’s loss and earned a D for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Five things we have learned about the Magic so far in the preseason, courtesy of Rossman-Reich,
The Magic ranked 20th in Future Power Rankings, which projects the next three seasons, courtesy of ESPN’s Kevin Pelton and Bobby Marks.
The Magic also came in 20th in the annual NBA League Pass watchability rankings, courtesy of Zach Lowe of ESPN.
Ten takeaways from the Celtics blowout win in Orlando, courtesy of Keith Smith of Celtics Blog.
With Tacko Fall’s popularity and upside, the Celtics have a big decision ahead, writes Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe.
Tacko Fall was big in Orlando before he ever got to Boston, writes Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald.
Why Mo Bamba deserves credit for Tacko Fall’s improved shooting, courtesy of Marcus Kwesi O’Mard of NESN.
A purely speculative (and unrealistic) trade proposal that involves the Magic sending Aaron Gordon to Oklahoma City in a package for Chris Paul, courtesy of Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report.