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The Orlando Magic beat the Pistons 115-91 for their second straight preseason rout.— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) October 8, 2019
Also, the Orlando Magic are going to win the NBA championship
"BaMbA wOnT bE aBlE tO dEvElOp BeHiNd VuCeViC" pic.twitter.com/LdcW42zdM2— The Sixth Man Show (@SixthManShow) October 8, 2019
I find it funny how some people are saying that Gordon has to become an Allstar this year's or he never will...... When Vucevic just showed us a player can do it later in their career at Age 28. pic.twitter.com/K6QdnSAXP5— Jeff WeltGawd (@MagicMan816) October 8, 2019
Preseason or not, there has been a lot to like about the Magic in their first two games.
Our Cory Hutson provides a guide to controlling your Markelle Fultz hype with what he calls the “Wesley Iwundu Test.”
Aaron Gordon, showing off his offensive versatility, led the Magic to a win over the Pistons, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
A year stronger and a year wiser, Mo Bamba could be in store for a breakout season, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Aaron Gordon’s versatility was on display in the Magic’s win over the Pistons, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The Magic defense is leading to an efficient offense so far in the preseason, Denton writes.
It was high grades across the board for the Magic, led by Aaron Gordon, who earned an A for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Pistons fell to the Magic because of sloppy play on both ends, writes Justin Lambregtse of Detroit Bad Boys.
Will continuity push the Magic to the top in 2019-2020? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit examines in his Orlando Magic season preview.
How much better will the Orlando Magic be in 2019-2020? Scott Raffferty of NBA.com examines.
Markelle Fultz is trending up heading into 2019-2020, writes Hunter Thibodeaux of Sir Charles in Charge.
How Penny Hardaway turned Memphis into the center of the NBA scouting world, writes Mark Giannotto of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.