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Behind Aaron Gordon’s first triple-double and Terrence Ross’ season-high 33 points, the Magic exploded for a season-best 136 points, writes our Aaron Goldstone in his game recap.

Aaron Gordon is once again showing signs of a breakthrough, and that trend continued with the first triple-double of his career, writes our Garrett Townsend.

Terrence Ross got hot late to help the Magic keep their momentum going with their third straight win, writes Luis Torres of the Orlando Magic.

Aaron Gordon is becoming the glue that is holding the Magic together, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

Aaron Gordon got doused with water in the Magic locker room after recording his first triple-double, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Jonathan Isaac, the Magic’s “Minister of Defense,” is about to become an ordained minister, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

The best sustained stretch of Aaron Gordon’s career was capped by an elusive triple-double as he led the Magic to another victory, writes John Denton of

Steve Clifford is having Jonathan Isaac report back to him about nuances he notices in game plan and strategy, Denton writes.

The Magic need Mo Bamba to continue playing with high energy and toughness, Denton writes.

Aaron Gordon received another A for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Orlando Magic are different with this version of Aaron Gordon, Rossman-Reich writes.

Markelle Fultz discusses his struggles and how he managed to overcome them, courtesy of Mirin Fader of Bleacher Report.

The Bleacher Report story accused Philadelphia of hating Markelle Fultz and gets everything about the city wrong, writes David Murphy of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

NFL prospect Chase Young discusses advice he got from his childhood friend Markelle Fultz, courtesy of Yahoo Sports.