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Magic Tweets of the Day
Happy Holidays to the fans of title contenders, dark horses, up-and-coming squads, lottery-bound teams and the Orlando Magic.— HoopsHype (@hoopshype) December 24, 2019
Have a great time.
Santa certainly delivered this morning but so did the @OrlandoMagic organisation who sent my son a @TheRealMoBamba city jersey in the mail all the way to Melbourne in time for Christmas. Thanks team & Merry Christmas to everyone pic.twitter.com/EkOkxBgIcY— Nick Truelson (@nicktruelson) December 24, 2019
Christmas 1993. An Orlando Magic Starter jacket was under the tree. Anyone else have a Starter jacket? pic.twitter.com/DSNA2p1YJi— One Million Cubs Project (@onemillioncubs) December 22, 2019
Throwback to my favorite Christmas present of all time. Tickets to my first Magic game in 1995. Only time I saw Shaq and Penny play in person pic.twitter.com/e9oetOANK7— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) December 25, 2019
A breakdown of the Magic’s minutes distribution, including a look at effective combinations and some curious decisions by Steve Clifford, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.
Jonathan Isaac has evolved into a defensive force, writes Luis Torres of the Orlando Sentinel.
It was a special Christmas for new father Evan Fournier, writes Josh Robbins of The Athleic.
Markelle Fultz, in his hypothetical rookie season, compares favorably to the top players in the 2019 rookie class, writes Jean Racine of Orlando Magic Daily.
Evan Fournier is a name to watch on the trade market, writes Kurt Helin of NBC Sports.
Jonathan Isaac received honorable mention on the All-Development team for players who have made the most impressive progress, courtesy of Rob Mahoney of The Ringer.
The worrisome nature of Steve Clifford’s approach, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.
Three Christmas presents the Orlando Magic want, courtesy of Duffy.
Kyle Lowry remains thankful for the early mentorship of Jameer Nelson, writes Michael Lee of The Athletic.