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Some late threes by Devin Booker and late turnovers by Markelle Fultz cost the Magic a victory in the desert, writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.

The shorthanded Magic are seeking roster flexibility by applying for Disabled Player Exceptions.

The Magic turned in a gritty performance but surrendered a late lead against the Suns, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

The already shorthanded Magic were without Aaron Gordon and D.J. Augustin because of injury, Parry writes.

Josh Magette is finally getting his big chance and his teammates love rooting him on, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The Magic seek to end their infuriating “January Jinx,” Robbins writes.

The sting of a frustration-filled final minute hurt even more for the shorthanded Magic, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Josh Magette is ready to play meaningful NBA minutes, Denton writes.

Evan Fournier played fantastic at both ends until those final two minutes, earning a B for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

Stars continue to make life difficult for the Orlando Magic, Rossman-Reich writes.

How Markelle Fultz revived his career in Orlando, courtesy of Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated.

In a playmaker ranking, Evan Fournier is listed as an overextended secondary option who should be getting consideration for Most Improved Player and the All-Star team, writes John Hollinger of The Athletic.

Markelle Fultz is growing into the Magic’s closer, writes Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

Aaron Gordon is one of the players who could be moved before the deadline, but a swap for D’Angelo Russell is a hard “no,” a source with knowledge of the Warriors’ dealings told Sam Amick of The Athletic.