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The Magic, having won five straight in convincing fashion to move within a half game of a playoff spot, seem unstoppable right now.

Markelle Fultz, who sat on the Magic bench for the first time, is ready for a fresh start in Orlando.

The Magic earned their first five-game winning streak since 2015 with their win over the Charlotte Hornets, who had dominated Orlando for years, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Markelle Fultz trusts the Magic to make him his best on and off the court, Parry writes.

On Valentine’s Day, Markelle Fultz represented love and hope for the Orlando Magic, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.

Orlando is in the midst of its best stretch in three years. So, what exactly has gotten into the Orlando Magic? Josh Robbins of The Athletic examines.

Markelle Fultz’s talent is undeniable, and so are the questions about his return, Robbins writes.

In yet another dominant performance by the Magic, Nikola Vucevic, Terrence Ross and Khem Birch all earned A’s for their performances in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Markelle Fultz gets a fresh beginning with the Magic and is already feeling the positive energy of his acquisition, Rossman-Reich writes.

The Magic’s season-saving winning streak continues, and their 13-game losing streak to the Hornets ends, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Mo Bamba says playing again this season is possible, Denton writes.

Markelle Fultz is excited for his fresh start with the Magic, Denton writes.

The Magic defense has been special during this recent stretch, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

Jonathan Isaac is showing flashes, and Zach Lowe of ESPN is intrigued by what the Orlando frontcourt could do with a point guard.

Melvin Frazier is making the most of his opportunity in the NBA, writes Andrew Lopez of NOLA.com.

The Lakeland Magic, like the Orlando Magic, are playing their best basketball.

Former Magic GM John Gabriel has overcome Parkinson’s disease while continuing to work in the NBA, writes Frank Bodani of the York Daily Record.

The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch asked each NBA beat writer which current player on the team they cover could become a media star. Josh Robbins said Aaron Gordon.