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The Magic lost what was a must-win game against one of the league’s worst teams, writes our Will Ogburn in his game recap.

Our latest featured FanPost analyzes which potential first round opponent the Magic best match-up against.

Scott Anez and Nick Gryniewicz wonder if the Magic give the Raptors more trouble than most, and also discuss Terrence Ross’ future in Orlando, in the latest episode of the “Heart & Hustle” podcast.

The Magic’s loss to the Knicks was, in a single word, terrible, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Magic did everything wrong against the Knicks, which was the exact opposite of what they did days prior against the Raptors, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Strong defense has been key to the Magic’s success, Hays wrote prior to Tuesday’s game.

Mo Bamba is bringing positive energy to the Magic while recovering from injury, Hays writes.

Stan Van Gundy says it will be a travesty if Dwight Howard doesn’t get into the Basketball Hall of Fame, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic bench struggled against the Knicks, none more so than Terrence Ross, who earned an F for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The pressure on the Magic is about to increase, Rossman-Reich writes.

Needing a win to move into a tie for the eighth spot, the Magic suffered one of their worst losses of the season, writes John Denton of

Getting the Magic back in the playoff hunt excited Steve Clifford when he first took the job, Denton wrote in his pregame notebook.

Terrence Ross’ offseason hardwork is paying off in a big way, Denton writes.

Playmaking has become one of Evan Fournier’s main strengths, writes Josh Cohen of

Scenes from the Knicks comeback against Orlando, courtesy of Jonathan Schulman of Posting and Toasting.

The Magic entered an exclusive deal to begin using Artificial Intelligence Player Tracking Technology, writes Simon Ogus of Forbes.

While in Memphis, LeBron James gave Penny Hardaway a sales pitch to use for prospective recruits, writes Mark Giannotto of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.