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The Magic dominated the small-ball Rockets for one of their best wins of the season, writes Collin Sturchio in his game recap.

The Magic needed some tenacity to help contain the Rockets, and Michael Carter-Williams was happy to provide it, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic don’t want to play in empty arena due to coronavirus, Hays writes.

The Magic are taking precautionary measures because of coronavirus, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

In his recent Magic mailbag, Robbins discusses Mo Bamba’s playing time and other subjects.

The Magic showed against the Rockets that in the NBA, size still matters, writes John Denton of

Playing in his hometown of Houston is always special for Wes Iwundu, Denton writes.

Over the last 11 games, the Magic have been the NBA’s best offensive team, writes Josh Cohen of

D.J. Augustin and Michael Carter-Williams each earned an A in the nightly grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.

The Magic must trust their youth in overcoming deficits, writes Spencer R. Henderson of Orlando Magic Daily.

It was another dismal loss for the Rockets, writes our friends at the Dream Shake.

The Rockets looked lost while getting dominated by the Magic for their fourth-straight loss, writes Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.

Steve Clifford was back on the court after a health scare, writes Jenny Dial Creech of The Athletic.

It’s Aaron Gordon’s time to shine, writes Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.

In ESPN’s ranking of the top 25 NBA players under the age of 25, Jonathan Issac comes in at number 21.

Alex Martins discusses the Magic’s future practice facility and entertainment complex with Justin Wamoth of