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It's official!— Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) February 8, 2019
Welcome to Orlando, Markelle! pic.twitter.com/hVqjjiwl5z
If and when Markelle Fultz can get back on the court, the Magic may have their point guard of the future.
Markelle Fultz was worth the gamble for the Orlando Magic, says Scott Anez and Nick Gryniewicz of ESPN 580 Orlando and the new “Heart and Hustle” Magic podcast.
Nikola Vucevic and Terrence Ross remain in Orlando....for now.
Terrence Ross exploded for the second time in a week to lead the Magic over the Timberwolves on trade deadline day, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
Nikola Vucevic was selected by Team Giannis in the first televised NBA All-Star Draft.
The Magic view their trade for Markelle Fultz as a low-risk, high-reward opportunity, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Jeff Weltman said that Markelle Fultz is “really excited” to be coming to Orlando, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic’s trade for the injury, mentally fragile Markelle Fultz is actually a great deal, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.
Terrence Ross scored a season-high 32 points in the Magic’s win over the Timberwolves, Parry writes.
Nikola Vucevic is excited to be part of the NBA Skills Challenge at All-Star Weekend, Parry writes.
For the second straight year, the Magic pulled off a trade deadline deal involving a point guard, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
A look at Markelle Fultz’s strengths, courtesy of Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
Orlando scored a season-best 71 first-half points in their win over the Wolves, Denton writes.
Terrence Ross had the second highest scoring game of his career, earning an A+ in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic are excited for Markelle Fultz, but will be patient with him, Rossman-Reich writes.
Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit grades the Magic’s trade for Markelle Fultz.
There are some positives to take away from Mo Bamba’s injury, Duffy writes.
Can embattled No. 1 pick Markelle Fultz save his career in Orlando? Our own Preston Ellis examines in a story for Bleacher Report.
The all-in Sixers couldn’t wait on Markelle Fultz any longer, writes Tim Bontemps of ESPN.
Markelle Fultz is long and he can’t shoot, which means he was destined to play for the Magic, writes Zach Lowe of ESPN.
Markelle Fultz’s fresh start is great, but history tells us it probably won’t work, writes Nate Scott of For the Win.
Markelle Fultz’s Sixers stint failed long before his trade to Orlando, writes Chris Ryan of The Ringer.
Markelle Fultz and the 76ers were both listed among the winners of the trade deadline, writes Dan Devine of The Ringer.
The Magic earned a C+ for their trade deadline performance, writes Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report.
The Magic are among the teams that made the biggest splash at the deadline, writes Keith Smith of Yahoo Sports.
Can Markelle Fultz resurrect his career in Orlando? Jeremy Woo of The Crossover examines.
With the Markelle Fultz trade, the weirdest saga in recent NBA history is over, writes our friends at Liberty Ballers.
Markelle Fultz enticed and maddened a fan base in Philadelphia with his potential, writes Rich Hofmann of The Athletic.
Markelle Fultz gets a fresh start with a Magic team that has nothing to lose, writes Joseph Nation of FanSided.
In finally trading Markelle Fultz, the 76ers admit defeat and the Magic take a reasoned gamble, writes Ben Golliver of The Washington Post.
Exploring the potential impact of Jonathon Simmons in Philadelphia, courtesy of Brock Landes of FanSided.