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This marks the first time in franchise history that Orlando has swept a homestand of 5-or-more games. The Magic went a perfect 5-0.— Orlando Magic PR (@Magic_PR) March 26, 2019
Orlando has now won 7 straight home games for the first time since Dec. 23, 2010-Jan. 8, 2011, where the Magic won 8 straight.#PureMagic
I am not going to be able to write about this enough, but Evan Fournier was particularly good tonight. One of his better games all year. And he has slowly started to put together some really strong, consistent performances. #Magic will need that.— Orlando Magic Daily (@OMagicDaily) March 26, 2019
What a season for the Magic. Isaiah Briscoe comes out of nowhere to salvage the Magic's bench, you think his injury might spell the end of the playoff push...and then MCW out of all people shows up to save it again.— Cory Hutson (@professorcory) March 26, 2019
I AM GETTING A TATTOO OF MCW ON FACE— B.I.G. 3 (@orlBIG3) March 26, 2019
Markelle Fultz isn’t even the best former Sixers point guard on the Orlando Magic— FakeWIPCaller (@FakeWIPCaller) March 26, 2019
Wes Iwundu doesn’t get a ton of credit for what he does for the Magic. He’s always in the right spots, and makes the right play for teammates, and gets after it on defense. Has a tough matchup with Tobias Harris right now. Chased Harris off and forced a tough shot first trip.— Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA) March 25, 2019
THE ORLANDO MAGIC WILL WIN THE NBA CHAMPIONSHIP.— Cameron Magruder (@ScooterMagruder) March 26, 2019
Evan Fournier and Michael Carter-Williams led a huge momentum swing for the Magic as they completed a perfect 5-0 homestand, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
Strong second half defense and bench contributions led the Magic over the Sixers, writes our Zach Oliver.
A preview of the Magic’s playoff push showdown in Miami with the Heat, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.
The Magic wisely signed Michael Carter-Williams to a second 10-day contract.
The Magic got a big playoff boost as they rolled past the 76ers, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic made a definitive statement that they are worthy of a playoff spot and don’t need help from other teams, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The stage is set for a critical match-up between the Magic and the Heat, Denton writes.
The Magic are getting a taste of what a playoff atmosphere is like in Amway Center, Denton writes.
The Magic’s three-point defense continues to be terrific, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com. Cohen also looks at the dramatic difference in the Magic’s defensive stats before and after January 31.
Evan Fournier earned an A+ for his performance against the Sixers, and Michael Carter-Williams wasn’t far behind with an A-, in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Michael Carter-Williams deserves credit for the Magic’s renewed energy, Rossman-Reich writes.
The playoffs have already begun for the Orlando Magic, writes Rossman-Reich.
Steve Clifford received a big career boost from the father of 76ers coach Brett Brown, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
An NBA playoff roundtable discussion about how the bottom of the East will shake out, courtesy of The Athletic.
The Orlando Magic have officially turned the corner, writes Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.
What’s the future of Markelle Fultz? Sam Penix of ClutchPoints examines.
The Magic are trailblazing the art of artificial intelligence in scouting, writes Jeff Feld of Forbes.
The Magic/Heat game comes with serious implications in the standings, writes Ira Winderman of The Sun Sentinel.
Even in the middle of a big game against the Magic, here’s how the Heat plan to take in Chris Bosh’s moment, writes Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald.
Bam Adebayo is in the middle of the best stretch of his NBA career, Chiang writes.
The Heat have the third youngest starting lineup in the East with no starters over 28 years old, writes Leonard Kreicas of Hot Hot Hoops.
A conversation with Dwyane Wade on his last dance and what’s ahead, courtesy of Shams Charania of The Athletic.
Dwyane Wade is still productive as he goes out on his own terms, writes Tom D’Angelo of The Palm Beach Post.
In the latest Power Rankings by John Schuhmann of NBA.com, the Magic are at 18th and the Heat are at 14th.