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You’d never know it, but there were other players on the Orlando Magic practice court on Wednesday.

But it was Markelle Fultz who understandably stole the spotlight and the headlines. The Magic announced that Fultz has been cleared for training camp, turning what would have been a slow news day into a Fultz frenzy. We have gathered all of the day’s stories, and some other recently released Magic content, and delivered it here for you. But first...

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Its “Fultz speed ahead” as Markelle Fultz is expected to be a full participant at Orlando Magic training camp.

Markelle Fultz showed off his shooting form and is eager to start training camp without restrictions, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

Markelle Fultz might go down as the greatest trade acquisition in Orlando Magic history, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel. (Lets pump the brakes just a little)

Markelle Fultz has been cleared for training camp and is excited to join his teammates on the court, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

The Markelle Fultz mystery is over as the Magic say he’s ready for the start of training camp, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

By picking up his fourth-year option, the Magic gave Markelle Fultz a $12.3 million vote of confidence, Robbins writes.

The Orlando Magic openly acknowledged Markelle Fultz’s progress and officially cleared him for training camp, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

A 2020 outlook on Markelle Fultz, courtesy of Spencer R. Henderson of Orlando Magic Daily.

A guided tour through a fresh batch of Markelle Fultz videos, courtesy of Kevin Clark of The Ringer.

Magic reporter Mackenzie Thirkill sits down for a one-on-one interview with Markelle Fultz.

Feeling better, Markelle Fultz has high hopes, writes Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press.

What does the future hold for Markelle Fultz? Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated examines.

What would be considered a successful season for Markelle Fultz? Michael Saenz of Sir Charles in Charge examines.

The biggest question for the Magic is when Markelle Fultz will be ready and what he will be when he is, writes Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report.

The NBA offseason workout tapes reached a new low with the Markelle Fultz workout video, writes Khadrice Rollins of SI.com. (I disagree with this premise)

Markelle Fultz headlined a list of players joining Jay Z’s Roc Nation Sports agency, writes Jasmyn Wimbish of CBS Sports.

Steve Clifford offers a behind-the-scenes look at film study that he believes is the key to success, courtesy of Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com is writing position previews for the Magic: Small Forwards and Power Forwards.

A Q&A with Steve Clifford, courtesy of Denton.

Josh Robbins of The Athletic also had a conversation with Steve Clifford.

Magic rookie Chuma Okeke will sign his NBA rookie scale contract during the 2020 offseason, Robbins and Shams Charania write.

The stats that will make or break the Magic’s 2019-2020 season, courtesy of Robbins.

Five takeaways for the 2020 season from rewatching the the Magic’s playoff series against the Raptors, courtesy of Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Did the Magic circumvent the salary cap? Tom Ziller of SB Nation wonders.

Three players that will make or break the Magic in 2019-2020, courtesy of Michael Saenz of Sir Charles in Charge.

Aaron Gordon is one of the players primed to take a leap and bring their team with them, writes Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer.

Why you should watch the Orlando Magic this season, courtesy of Tyler Parker of The Ringer.

The Magic must prove that last season’s unforeseen playoff berth wasn’t a fluke, writes Jasmyn Wimbish of CBS Sports.

Three bold predictions for the Orlando Magic’ 2019-2020 season, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

The Orlando Magic’s orange court is real.

Also be sure to check out the latest Do You Believe in Magic podcast, where the guys discuss Markelle Fultz and other training camp questions...