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Thank you for a great season, Orlando! See you in the playoffs! pic.twitter.com/S4ztOBqmNH— y - Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) April 11, 2019
Factoid of the night: Before tonight, the Magic last won in Charlotte on Dec. 27, 2014, when Jacque Vaughn was the Magic's coach.— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) April 11, 2019
Orlando Magic to-do list:— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) April 11, 2019
Playoff berth ✔️
Division title ✔️
Winning record ✔️
Beat the Toronto Raptors
Give Terrence Ross a lifetime contract
Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs.— Wingspan Whisperer (@FmrTankCommandr) April 11, 2019
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17 Win Improvement. 17 Win Improvement. 17 Win Improvement.#PureMagic #PureMagic #PureMagic #PureMagic
The Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic have the exact same number of playoff berths since the Dwight Howard trade seven years ago. One.— Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) April 10, 2019
Average age rank (young to experienced)— Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) April 11, 2019
Eastern Conference Playoff teams
Khem: ‘ I told my friend a month ago it’s my destiny to play against Toronto. My wife will be there and my three-month-old will see me play for the first time.’ The playoffs will be extra special for @Khem_Birch , who was born in Montreal.— Dante Marchitelli (@DanteMagic) April 11, 2019
Seeing a lot of this right now.— The Lando (@TheLando__) April 11, 2019
I hope the Magic come out with a chip on their shoulder.
Best defense in the NBA the last three months of the season, finished the season 22-9. Let’s show out. https://t.co/ig7rs1A939
The shorthanded Magic defeated the Charlotte Hornets to seal a winning season, clinch the seventh seed, and set a date up North to face the Toronto Raptors in the playoffs, writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.
The Magic play their first playoff game in nearly seven years this Saturday.
What changed so suddenly for the Orlando Magic? Our Zach Oliver examines.
Were the Raptors the best possible match-up for the Magic?
The Orlando Magic went into a building where they had lost seven straight times, without two of their starters, faced an opponent fighting to keep its playoff hopes alive and emerged victorious, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic wanted to keep building momentum heading into the playoffs, Parry writes.
With a return to the postseason, the Magic’s “Dwightmare” is finally over, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic, without Nikola Vucevic and Jonathan Isaac against the Hornets, closed the regular season with a fourth straight win, and 11 wins in their final 13 games, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The Magic are feeling confident as they enter the playoffs, Denton writes.
The Magic have embraced all challenges this season, and now they’re being rewarded for it, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
Terrence Ross, for his 35-point performance, earned an A+ in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Five adjustments the Magic must make for the playoffs, courtesy of Rossman-Reich.
The Magic once again proved that they shouldn’t be underestimated, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic,
Jonathan Isaac’s development will determine the Magic’s playoff success, writes Spencer R. Henderson of Orlando Magic Daily.
Three reasons why the Orlando Magic made the playoffs, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.
The Magic are a team that nobody should want to face in the playoffs, Duffy writes.
Five questions for the Raptors and the upcoming 2019 NBA Playoffs, courtesy of Joel E. Stephens of Raptors HQ.
A happy, healthy Kawhi Leonard is great news for the Raptors as playoffs loom, writes Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun.
Kyle Lowry isn’t a star anymore, but he’s as essential to the Raptors’ title hopes as ever, writes Michael Pina of SB Nation.
End-of-the-year Raptors regular season awards, courtesy of Eric Koreen of The Athletic.