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Terrence Ross and a stellar second unit led the Magic to a huge win that put them in playoff position, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.

The Magic are peaking in the NBA Power Rankings as the regular season winds down.

Jeff Weltman discusses the Magic’s playoff push, Steve Clifford’s success, and the future of the Magic’s core pieces in the latest episode of the “Heart & Hustle” podcast.

When the Magic are in need of quick offensive firepower, they go to Terrence Ross, and he delivered again, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic signed Michael Carter-Williams for the remainder of the regular season, Hays writes.

The Magic players can’t help but watch the standings during this playoff push, writes Jordan Culver of the Orlando Sentinel.

Terrence Ross, with his crucial three-point outburst, earned an A for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

A highly successful season for the Lakeland Magic came to a heartbreaking end in the Eastern Conference Finals, Rossman-Reich writes.

After the results of Wednesday’s games, the Magic are in complete control of their playoff destiny, writes John Denton of

Michael Carter-Williams is proving to be a difference-maker in the Magic’s playoff push, Denton writes.

Terrence Ross is slated to become the first player in NBA history to make at least 200 threes in a season without starting a single game, writes Josh Cohen of

The Magic players share stories behind their jersey numbers, courtesy of Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Knicks kept their promise to Mario Hezonja, allowing him to start in Orlando, and it paid off as he scored a career-high 28 points against his former team, writes Marc Berman of the New York Post.

The Nets lost to the Raptors, as their playoff hopes begin to dwindle, writes Anthony Puccio of NetsDaily.

The Heats’ playoff hopes dimmed after their loss to the Celtics, writes Diego Quezada of Hot Hot Hoops.

The shorthanded Pistons fell to a superior Pacers team, writes Sean Corp of Detroit Bad Boys.

The five NBA teams competing for three playoff spots, ranked by who needs it most, courtesy of Kristian Winfield of SB Nation.