It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these. The last one was March 9, just days before the league stopped play.
The world - and the NBA - are quite different now.
But as always, we gather all Magic content from around the web and deliver it to you. Consider it one-stop shopping for all Magic headlines. But first...
Magic Tweets of the Day
Jonathan Isaac is the first NBA player who chose to stand for the National Anthem. pic.twitter.com/sG49ayVf6n— Be Magic Or Be Gone! (@BeORLMagic) July 31, 2020
In a world full of LeBrons, be a Jonathan Isaac.— samanthamarika (@samanthamarika1) August 1, 2020
Khem Birch everytime he gets to run with JI and Kelle in the second unit: pic.twitter.com/Qrn44Fhe6I— Drew (@PlayoffFultz) August 1, 2020
THE ORLANDO MAGIC HAVE NOT LOST A GAME SINCE THE RESTART.— Cameron Magruder (@ScooterMagruder) July 31, 2020
A breakdown of the Magic’s first regular season game in the NBA bubble, courtesy of our Garrett Townsend.
Jonathan Isaac explains why he opted to stand for the national anthem, becoming the first NBA player to do so during the restart.
The Magic have to prove that 1) their offense wasn’t a fluke, their defense is a strength, and this’s year’s team is better than last year’s, writes our Garrett Townsend.
The Magic will need continued strong bench play during seeding games, writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel.
Kudos to Jonathan Isaac for standing up for what he believes in, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.
Jonathan Isaac explains his anthem stance, courtesy of Josh Robbins of The Athletic.
Would it be more important for the Magic to have a top five offense or top five defense? Dan Savage and Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com examine.
Getting James Ennis at the trade deadline has been a big win for the Magic, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
A preview of the Magic-Kings game, courtesy of Dan Savage of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathan Isaac chose to stand, his reasons belong to him, writes Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic have their eye on the future as they play for the playoffs, Rossman-Reich writes.
The Orlando Magic found their energy with their second unit, writes Timothy Briggs of Orlando Magic Daily.
Jonathan Isaac’s could’ve been applauded if his explanation wasn’t nonsense, writes Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo Sports.
Jonathan Isaac responds after being the lone NBA player to stand for anthem, writes Brian Ries and Cesar Martin of CNN.
Jonathan Isaac stands for national anthem as teammates and opponents kneel, writes Ryan Gaydos of Fox News.
Jonathan Isaac was the first in NBA bubble to stand for anthem, writes Nick Friedell of ESPN.
Jonathan Isaac is the first but not the last to stand for the national anthem, writes Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times.
Jonathan Isaac accidentally kept the focus on Black Lives Matter by not standing or wearing a BLM shirt, writes Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News.
A rehabbed Jonathan Isaac remains a mystery and so does the Magic’s future, writes Sean Deveney of Forbes.
The NBA bubble is in the Magic’s backyard, but they’re not quite at home, writes Marc Stein of the New York Times.
Trade packages and landing spots for Aaron Gordon, courtesy of Andy Bailey of Bleacher Report.
The OPP crew discussed all things Orlando Magic in our restart roundtable and in the latest episode of the Do You Believe in Magic podcast...
New pod!— DoYouBelieveinMagic (@DYBinMagic) July 28, 2020
-Jonathan Isaac, Markelle Fultz are back
-Preview eight remaining games and more!
-Stats courtesy of @The_BBall_Index
-With Zach, Will and @AaronGoldstone
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