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Within their last nine games, the Orlando Magic have defeated the top three teams in the East (Bucks, Raptors, Pacers) and lost to the bottom three teams in the East (Bulls, Knicks, Cavs).— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) March 4, 2019
Actual footage of me trying to make sense of this.... pic.twitter.com/nCgOTxBOlz
This is getting pathetic.— The Lando (@TheLando__) March 4, 2019
Orlando down 91-84 to Cleveland (15-28) in the 4th quarter.
Magic on verge of losing to 3 of the bottom 5 teams in the NBA and beating 3 of the top 5 teams in the NBA in a matter of 10 days.
The #Magic are 3-3 after the All Star Break.— Nicky Football (@ESPN580Nick) March 4, 2019
Go freaking figure.
@OrlandoMagic What's the point of having a favourable schedule when you lose to all the teams you should beat?— Orlando Magic Report (@OrlandoReport) March 4, 2019
See, things aren’t so bad. https://t.co/5lFX7xC2dA— Orlando Magic Daily (@OMagicDaily) March 4, 2019
The Orlando Magic’s inconsistent, unpredictable, bipolar season continued on Sunday with a loss to the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers.
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The Magic were taught a valuable lesson in their loss to the Cavs as their playoff push hit another road block, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
Terrence Ross’ fourth quarter efforts are crucial for the Magic, Parry writes.
The Magic wasted another opportunity against a weak opponent because they weren’t ready to play, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
The listless Magic played with no sense of urgency and shoddy execution in their loss to the Cavs, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The Magic know they will need to be more consistent to make the playoffs, Denton writes.
Prior to Sunday’s game, Denton wrote that Terrence Ross has continued to step up in crunch time.
Evan Fournier has made the most shots in the league this season in the final 10 seconds when the score differential is five points or less, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com. Nikola Vucevic continues to be one of the league’s best post-up players, Cohen writes.
Terrence Ross followed one of his best performances of the season with arguably his worst, earning an F in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Terrence Ross’ inconsistent shooting is starting to hurt the Magic, but they must continue to trust him, Rossman-Reich writes.
The Cavs bench kept the team alive, and the starters finished off the win against the Magic, writes David Zavac of Fear the Sword.
Here come the Orlando Magic, and they’re ready to end their playoff drought, writes Kristian Winfield of SB Nation.
The expectations for Markelle Fultz moving forward, courtesy of Daniel Lubofsky of Hoops Habit.