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Pistons lose and Heat win, bringing the two teams to a tie for the 8th seed. A Magic win tomorrow vs. the Hornets will send Orlando into the break a half game out of the 8th seed and one game out of the 7th seed.— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) February 14, 2019
Been a long damn time since I’ve been this pumped for a Magic game pic.twitter.com/21WDoUBUXo
NBA didn't acknowledge it, but Orlando Magic fans know Jonathan Isaac is a Rising Star... pic.twitter.com/5myc9RE1ok— NBAMagician (@NBAMagician) February 13, 2019
29 years ago today, Michael Jordan had to wear a nameless No. 12 jersey after his No. 23 was stolen from the locker room pregame pic.twitter.com/N9YltN6V5D— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 14, 2019
The Magic look to stay hot and end their long skid against the Charlotte Hornets, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
Markelle Fultz and Jonathan Isaac are part of the 2017 NBA Draft class that has faced injuries and other challenges, Parry writes.
A win over the Charlotte Hornets, who have beaten Orlando in 13 straight games, would be another big boost for the Magic, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Patience for Jonathan Isaac is paying off, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Rebounding is at the center of the Magic’s identity, Rossman-Reich writes.
Isaiah Briscoe and Khem Birch play with chips on their shoulders for the charged-up Orlando Magic, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Thieves stole Magic memorabilia from an Orlando museum, per FOX 35 Orlando.
Nikola Vucevic is a great story, but he doesn’t fit in Orlando long-term, writes Jacob Doole of Sir Charles in Charge.
The disappointment of the Markelle Fultz era in Philadelphia, courtesy of Michael Bronson of The Sixer Sense.
The Lakeland Magic, like the Orlando Magic are playing their best basketball. We spoke with Lakeland’s play-by-play announcer about their success.