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It was a valiant effort from the Magic, but they became the latest victim of the Milwaukee Bucks, who won their 15th straight game.

The match-up against the Bucks was the start of a very challenging road ahead for the Orlando Magic, writes our Garrett Townsend.

The Magic pushed the Bucks but couldn’t overcome their slow start, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

The most frustrating aspect of the loss to the Bucks was the second-chance points the Magic allowed, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Despite what had been a four-game winning streak, the Magic are not better without Nikola Vucevic, Robbins writes.

Markelle Fultz is finally experiencing NBA normalcy with the Magic, writes Pete Zayas of The Athletic.

The Magic offense and defense each played well in spurts against the Bucks, but they couldn’t string the two together for long enough periods of time, writes John Denton of

Jonathan Isaac’s new nickname is gaining popularity on social media, Denton writes.

Terrence Ross got it going in the second half and earned a B+ in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The secret to the Magic’s potential success is their ability to create deflections on defense, writes Rossman-Reich.

Five questions for the second quarter of the Magic’s season, courtesy of Rossman-Reich.

Markelle Fultz has found his groove after a shoulder injury nearly derailed his career, writes Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today.

Three options to boost the Orlando Magic offense, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

Jameer Nelson opens up about Dwight Howard’s ugly departure from Orlando, courtesy of Bryan Kalbrosky of Hoops Hype.