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The shorthanded Magic fought until the end but they simply couldn’t overcome a highly superior team in their season-ending loss.

The Magic showed they have fight, but it wasn’t enough, writes Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic season is over but they helped make history, writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.

The Magic show growth as they say good riddance to the NBA bubble, writes Josh Robbins of The Athletic.

Not many teams come back from a 20-point deficit after halftime in an elimination game, but the Magic nearly did, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.

Evan Fournier, in the finale of what was a difficult series, earned a B- in the nightly grades column, courtesy of Dan Bennett of Orlando Magic Daily.

The next move for the Orlando Magic is building around Markelle Fultz, Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic, writes Bobby Marks of ESPN.

The Bucks took care of the Magic and now move on to face the Heat, writes Mitchell Maurer of Brew Hoop.

Giannis Antetokounmpo’s extremely high efficiency continued as he powered the Bucks to a series victory, writes Lori Nickel of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

By boycotting Game 5, the Bucks were expecting to forfeit the game to the Magic and did not anticipate temporarily shutting down the league, writes Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports.

The Milwaukee Bucks are back but they’re not leaving activism behind, writes Marc Stein of the New York Times.

How George Hill’s leadership led to a remarkable 72 hours, courtesy of Eric Nehm of The Athletic.

Markelle Fultz was the Sixers’ tipping point, writes Brian Brennan of Yahoo.

As Markelle Fultz turns a corner, Brett Brown’s firing feels especially cruel, writes Brad Botkin of CBS Sports.