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Josh Robbins of The Athletic had a Q&A with Jeff Weltman, the Magic’s president of basketball operations, to discuss a variety of topics.

Magic officials are considering building a brand new practice facility, Robbins writes.

The Magic will look to ramp up their defense and get back on track when they face the Mavericks, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Moral victories are a thing of the past for the Magic, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Nikola Vucevic views Dirk Nowitzki as the most influential European player, Denton writes.

Magic players and coaches taught fundamentals to children at a special basketball clinic, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

The Magic have lost their consistency since the All-Star break, writes Spencer R. Henderson of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic are using practice time to rest, reset and prepare, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Orlando Magic are the NBA’s most frustrating team, writes Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

Mo Bamba’s guide to his favorite things to do in Orlando, courtesy of John Leesma of Golf.com.

While Aaron Gordon is ready for stardom, the Magic remain a question mark, writes Howard Megdal of the New York Times.

Jonathan Isaac is among the top sleepers in fantasy basketball for the stretch run, writes John Cregan of ESPN.

The Dallas Mavericks should target Nikola Vucevic in free agency, writes of DW Schabbing of The Smoking Cuban.

Penny Hardaway doesn’t want to just win, he wants to look the best too, writes John Martin of The Athletic.

ICYMI, our Q&A with one of Philadelphia’s own about all things Markelle Fultz.