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The Magic erased a 19-point deficit for a crucial comeback win over the Nets.

Post All-Star break resolutions for members of the Orlando Magic, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.

Nikola Vucevic’s words seemed to spark the Magic in what was their biggest comeback win of the season, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Jonathan Isaac was back at Magic shootaround taking free throws, Hays writes.

Steve Clifford changed the side of the court the Magic shoot on in the second half to be closer to the refs for timeout calls, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic (and it still didn’t work).

Be sure to check out Josh Robbins’ Orlando Magic mailbag, which touches on the Magic’s shooting woes, Wes Iwundu’s demotion, and the 2018 tanking.

NIkola Vucevic verbally chided his teammates and they responded with a thrilling comeback win, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.

Jonathan Isaac participated in light shooting drills with the Magic, Denton writes.

Steve Clifford appreciates Markelle Fultz’s ability to learn and adapt to challenges, Denton writes.

Aaron Gordon’s performance in the win may have been the best of his career, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

After some questionable decision-making in the first half, Aaron Gordon stepped up in the second half, earning an A- for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic must win the race to the seventh seed, writes Omar Cabrera of Orlando Magic Daily.

After holding the Magic to 41 first-half points, the Nets allowed 40 third quarter points while choking up the lead, writes Anthony Puccio of NetsDaily.

The NBA hasn’t seen a rookie physically dominate like Zion Williamson since Shaquille O’Neal 30 years ago, writes Jonathan Tjarks of The Ringer.

A video by Fox 13 Tampa Bay focuses on Paul Porter, who is set to call his 3,000th game.

Derrick Jones Jr tells Five Reasons Sports Network he laughs at the Aaron Gordon Dunk Contest controversy...