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and if you look to the left of the aircraft, you’ll see Kawhi Leonard in Orlando, Florida pic.twitter.com/QZGSK2oIMb— Steve Sladkowski (@sladkow) April 22, 2019
Just a reminder, since some of you all sound like you need it. This is a Magic team that improved from last season by 17 wins. They’re going up against a team that’s top-5 in both ORtg and DRtg & finished w/ the SECOND best record in the NBA.— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) April 22, 2019
This was never going to be easy...
Y’all gotta remember, Kawhi Leonard is a Finals MVP & DPOY, Marc Gasol is a DPOY and has elite Playoff experience, Danny Green nearly won Finals MVP and has elite playoff experience & Kyle Lowry is an All-Star and has had solid playoff experience. We can’t hate on our young team.— Be Magic Or Be Gone! (@BeORLMagic) April 22, 2019
Before you make any analysis about the #Magic, please recognizes this fact:— y-Orlando Magic Daily (@OMagicDaily) April 22, 2019
The #Raptors are really really good. The #Magic are a flawed team. And losing this game or in five or whatever doesn’t take away from what this team accomplished this year.
Whatever happens, Aaron Gordon has grown in this series.— The Lando (@TheLando__) April 22, 2019
Aaron Gordon spontaneously turning into the player everyone has always wanted him to be for the past six minutes has been very convenient for Orlando.— Yaya Dubin (@JADubin5) April 22, 2019
Someone just told Nick Nurse how much Evan Fournier makes a year. pic.twitter.com/z6XaqpIQQ8— John (@The_Clownings) April 22, 2019
Nikola Vucevic's nightmares for the foreseeable future: pic.twitter.com/zETRxautrF— Josh Lewenberg (@JLew1050) April 22, 2019
Magic fans weren’t too hoppy last night; Downtown Orlando after a Magic loss is never a pretty sight.— beyond the RK (@beyondtheRK) April 22, 2019
Sometimes it’s good to have the best player on the floor. The Raptors have just that in Kawhi Leonard, who dominated the Magic and gave the Raptors a 3-1 series lead, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.
Kawhi Leonard did whatever he wanted against the Magic, who now have their backs against the wall, writes our Zach Oliver.
The Magic, after Kawhi Leonard delivered one clutch basket after another, are on the brink of elimination, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
It’s clear the Magic aren’t in the Raptors’ weight class, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.
Steve Clifford likes to do things “the Van Gundy way,” Bianchi writes.
Jonathan Isaac leans on his faith as he navigates life through the NBA, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
As Kawhi Leonard dominated Game 4, the Magic offense sputtered once again, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
After being picked apart by Kawhi Leonard, the Magic find themselves in a daunting 3-1 hole as they head back to Toronto, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathan Isaac is gaining valuable playoff experience, Denton writes.
Turnovers continue to be a problem for the Magic, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
Nikola Vucevic, Evan Fournier and Jonathan Isaac didn’t fare to well in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Playing in an unbelievable atmosphere at Amway Center, the Magic’s failure to win at home will haunt them, Rossman-Reich writes.
Five thoughts on the Raptors’ Game 4 win over the Magic, courtesy of Josh Kern of Raptors HQ.
The Magic had no answer for Kawhi Leonard or the Raptors’ defense, writes Mike Ganter of the Toronto Sun.
Pascal Siakam is sending a message to the Magic and to young Africans, writes Doug Smith of the Toronto Star.
The simple truth of the series is that the Raptors’ starters have obliterated the Magic, writes Eric Koreen of The Athletic.
After another lockdown game by the Raptors defense, Toronto is looking every bit the contender they hoped to be, writes Blake Murphy of The Athletic.