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Magic SG Evan Fournier on missing a layup that would have put the Magic ahead 115-114 with about 2 seconds left against the Spurs. “I mean, you guys saw [it]. It’s a layup. There’s not much else to say. I missed it...It's layup, man. It's a damn layup. There's no excuse."— Roy Parry (@osroyparry) March 1, 2020
Evan “Courtney Lee” Fournier...— Cortez P (@InthemindofCP) March 1, 2020
If I had a $1 for everytime Evan Fournier blew a game I would be sitting courtside every Magic game for the rest of my life ♂️— ChrisCleans (@ChrisCleaned) March 1, 2020
I feel so bad for Fournier right now. He had the game winning layup after the steal and missed it after such a great game. Magic fall to the Spurs 114-113 after the second game of a back to back.— Be Magic Or Be Gone! (@BeORLMagic) March 1, 2020
It was heartbreaker in Texas as the Magic left one slip away, capped by Evan Fournier’s missed layup in the final seconds, writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.
Can Aaron Gordon extend what was been the best sustained stretch of basketball in his career? Townsend examines.
Seeking a fourth straight win, the Magic comeback wound up just barely falling short, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic dug themselves out of big holes and put themselves in position to win but couldn’t close it out, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
The Magic have had to try to overcome rest disadvantages with their back-to-backs, Denton writes.
The Magic are taking advantage of Aaron Gordon’s playmaking ability, Denton writes.
Evan Fournier had a strong game that was overshadowed by the missed layup, earning a B for his performance in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
Mo Bamba has made under-the-radar defensive progress, writes Zach Lowe of ESPN in his 10 Things I Like and Don’t Like feature.
Is the Orlando Magic offense finally showing signs of life? Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit examines.