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A scintillating offensive performance from D.J. Augustin propelled the Magic to an upset victory over the Raptors in Game 1, writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.

Twitter reacts to the Magic’s Game 1 win over the Raptors. The tweets did not disappoint.

The Magic, led by their veteran point guard, stunned the Raptors, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

The undaunted Magic continue to thrive in meaningful games, Parry writes.

After their playoff victory over the Raptors, maybe now the Magic will be taken seriously, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.

Here’s hoping Nikola Vucevic can become our Dwyane Wade or Dirk Nowitzki, Bianchi writes.

D.J. Augustin was ready for the biggest moment of his career, delivering the shot heard all through the basketball world, writes John Denton of

Game 1 between the Magic and the Raptors was truly an instant classic, writes Josh Cohen of

Nikola Vucevic is realizing many of his lifelong dreams, Denton writes.

D.J. Augustin, for his heorics and 25-point performance, earned an A+ in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic and D.J. Augustin spent the entire season being doubted, and in Game 1 they showed the belong, Rossman-Reich writes.

The Magic have become a close-knit group of fighters, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Magic’s last playoff team in 2012 is ecstatic for this year’s squad, Robbins writes.

The “new” Raptors suffered an all too familiar loss in the playoff opener, writes Blake Murphy of The Athletic.

Kyle Lowry keeps writing the same playoff script for himself, writes Eric Koreen of The Athletic.

Koreen also writes of the final minute, the D.J. Augustin match-up, key statistics and more from Game 1 of the Magic/Raptors series,

Bench problems and a defensive mix-up on the winning shot by the Raptors granted the Magic a huge confidence boost, writes Joel E. Stephens of Raptors HQ.

Five thoughts on the Raptors loss to the Magic, courtesy of Josh Kern of Raptors HQ.

Kyle Lowry and the Raptors looked anything but playoff seasoned against the Magic, writes Frank Zicarelli of the Toronto Sun.

Three takeaways from the Magic’s win over the Raptors, courtesy of Daniel Lubofsky of Hoops Habit.

The Raptors and Kyle Lowry shouldn’t panic, but the star point guard must be better versus the Magic, writes Grant Hughes of Bleacher Report.

D.J. Augustin was named one of the winners of the opening day of the playoffs by The Ringer.

ICYMI, our Cory Hutson writes that he was wrong about the Orlando Magic and our Zach Oliver examines what changed so suddenly for the Magic as they became a playoff team.