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This loss actually makes me sad— Be Magic Or Be Gone! (@BeORLMagic) February 23, 2019
Just can’t lose these games.— The Lando (@TheLando__) February 23, 2019
Orlando falls 110-109 to the Bulls. If there was any comfort over an “easy” schedule the rest of the way, we can toss that out the window. It will be a battle every night.
Magic now 1 game back of 8th place, a Pistons win tonight would make it 1.5.
A late foul by Aaron Gordon and missed free throws by the Magic cost them a victory over the Bulls, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
A breakdown of the Magic’s race to the eighth playoff spot, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.
Are the Orlando Magic for real this time? Our Cory Hutson wonders.
A Q&A with Magic announcer David Steele, where we ask him everything from the Magic players he’d most like to have dinner with, to his favorite televisions shows, to his daily game-day schedule.
David Steele, who was inducted into the Magic Hall of Fame on Friday, went from being an aspiring professional baseball player to the voice of the Magic.
Even against the lowly Chicago Bulls, the Magic made too many mistakes to keep their winning streak going, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
Jonathan Isaac takes the praise from Kevin Durant in stride, Parry writes.
David Steele is humbled and honored to be a member of the Magic Hall of Fame, Parry writes.
The Magic are focused on a playoff push, Parry wrote prior to Friday’s game.
David Steele credits his family with helping him get to where he is, Robbins writes.
The Magic, predicted by some to make the playoffs, got a rude reminder that performance is more important than prediction, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Steve Clifford and Aaron Gordon took the blame for the Magic’s costly loss to the Bulls, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
David Steele’s contemporaries have always admired his talent and humility, Denton writes.
Mo Bamba still has a chance to make gains during his rookie season, Robbins writes.
The Magic know they can’t let off the gas even with a relatively easier schedule the rest of the way, Denton wrote prior to Friday’s game.
Jerian Grant and Jerell Marin delivered “Get Well” teddy bears to children at a local hospital, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
Wes Iwundu and Isaiah Briscoe continue to make a huge defensive impact, Cohen writes.
Aaron Gordon was overly aggressive, both on the offensive end and with his late foul, earning a C+ for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic can blame only themselves for their loss to the Bulls, Rossman-Reich writes.
Evan Fournier’s improved shooting has helped with the Magic’s turnaround, Rossman-Reich writes.
Is this the season the Orlando Magic finally return to the playoffs? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit examines.
An inside look at how D.J. Augustin stays fast with his physical therapist, courtesy of Magdalena Munao of Closeup 360.