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Nikola Vucevic was in All-Star form, Evan Fournier continued his efficient shooting, Markelle Fultz had a career night, and the Magic went 4-1 on their homestand.

Nikola Vucevic and Markelle Fultz came up big as the Magic held off the Wizards, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Markelle Fultz is fueling the Magic’s improved offense, Parry writes.

Aaron Gordon works on shooting like “I’m the 14th man on the team,” writes Stephen Ruiz of the Orlando Sentinel.

Markelle Fultz and D.J. Augustin showed their toughness and now the Magic have momentum, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Al-Faroqu Aminu’s contributions go far beyond what he does on the court, Robbins writes.

Nikola Vucevic’s big night and Markelle Fultz’s clutch play helped the Magic beat the Wizards, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Growing up in Maryland, Markelle Fultz looked up to members of the Wizards, Denton writes.

Evan Fournier’s renewed rhythm is leading to Orlando’s offensive improvement, Denton writes.

Markelle Fultz earned an A- for his career-high performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic suddenly have the tools to get to the free throw line, Rossman-Reich writes.

How good does the offense have to be for a defensive team like the Magic? Zach Kram of The Ringer examines.

Jonathan Isaac has been one of the pleasant surprises from the first month of the NBA season, writes Dan Devine of The Ringer.

Markelle Fultz has been among the league’s most efficient transition finishers, writes Bryan Kalbrosky of Hoops Hype.

Multiple teams are monitoring Aaron Gordon should a trade opportunity present itself, writes Shams Charania of The Athletic.