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Magic Tweets of the Day
aaron gordon is my favorite player. i do not want him traded. he is untouchable. i love aaron gordon. aaron gordon have my kids. i take back everything i have said about aaron gordon this season. i love you aaron gordon.— keanu (@keanukarg) January 14, 2020
Aaron Gordon leaving Sacramento last night... pic.twitter.com/4qViHMTcKP— Orlando Pinstriped Post (@OPPMagicBlog) January 14, 2020
Special feeling. If you know you know #10 pic.twitter.com/etaXJZCk1q— Evan Fournier (@EvanFourmizz) January 14, 2020
A look at the good and the bad for the Magic midway through the season, courtesy of Townsend.
Evan Fournier passed up the shot and left it for Aaron Gordon, who delivered a game-winning three-point play, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
Steve Clifford says that no one on the roster is more important for the Magic to reach their potential than Aaron Gordon, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
The 2001-2002 Sacramento Kings sparked Evan Fournier’s love of basketball, Robbins writes.
Aaron Gordon provided what was arguably the biggest shot of the Magic season so far, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Markelle Fultz says he will learn from his mistakes and grow as a player, Denton writes.
The Magic’s thrilling win in Sacramento featured many clutch shots, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
Aaron Gordon played composed and careful and was the hero against the Kings, earning an A- for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Nikola Vucevic is not an All-Star, but he’s still the Magic’s star, Rossman-Reich writes.
The Orlando Magic’s defense is finally coming into elite form, writes Omar Cabrera of Orlando Magic Daily.
De’Aaron Fox’s sorcery was not enough for Sacramento in their loss to the Magic, writes Bryant West of Sactown Royalty.
The Magic are one of the most interesting under-.500 teams in the NBA, writes Dan Devine of The Ringer.