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Aaron Gordon of late is showing that he is more than just a dunker, as he led the Magic to a comeback win over the Pistons.

An in-depth look at what James Ennis brings to the Magic, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.

We sat down with Paul Porter, the Magic’s longtime PA announcer, and asked him everything from his dream Magic starting lineup to announce, to how he landed the job, to the famous coaches that didn’t like his announcing style.

The Magic rallied for an overtime win ahead of the All-Star break, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Orlando Magic land deal won council approval, paving the way for the Magic’s new training facility, writes Ryan Gillespie of the Orlando Sentinel.

Even in victory, the Magic lack the fire and desire that defined them last season, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Robbins also sat down with Jeff Weltman for a Q&A to discuss the Magic’s pathway to become a contender.

Markelle Fultz, Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic came up clutch in the Magic’s overtime win, writes John Denton of

Markelle Fultz, with 10 assists and zero turnovers, accomplished something very rare in Magic history, writes Josh Cohen of

Markelle Fultz and Aaron Gordon each earned at A for their performance against the Pistons in the nightly grades column by Timothy Briggs of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic are still struggling to measure up to last season’s stirring run, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The redemption of Markelle Fultz, courtesy of Mike Mazzeo of Yahoo Sports.

First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate whether Dwight Howard is a Hall of Famer...