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Dec 11

Poor late-game execution dooms Magic

AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack ORLANDO, Fla. — If there’s one thing to take away from Courtney Lee’s buzzer-beater in Memphis, it’s that a lot can happen in 0.3 seconds, let alone 0.8 seconds. Coach Jacque Vaughn was aware of the choices the Wizards had on the game’s final possession with the score tied at 89. …

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Nov 15

Grades: Washington Wizards 98, Orlando Magic 93

Photo by Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images   Washington Wizards 98 Final Recap | Box Score 93 Orlando Magic Nikola Vucevic 6-10 FG | 2-2 FT | 2 BLK | 11 REB | 14 PTS | +3 Another game. Another double-double for Vucevic, who has seven double-doubles in the Magic’s first 11 games (in two …

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May 19

Revisiting Oladipo’s point guard development

Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images In February, after everyone had witnessed Victor Oladipo’s steady development as a point guard in the first few months of his rookie season, Jacque Vaughn said that ‘Dipo may remain a combo guard further into his career. Oladipo-at-point guard was an experiment in having him as a primary …

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Mar 07

Recap: Portland Trail Blazers 89, Orlando Magic 85

BOX SCORE The Portland Trail Blazers were able to defeat the Orlando Magic by the score of 89-85, taking advantage of Dwight Howard‘s absence and sweeping the season series in the process. The Magic deserve a ton of credit for playing with energy and effort, knowing that they had to pour everything out on the …

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Dec 10

Recap: Portland Trail Blazers 97, Orlando Magic 83

BOX SCORE The Portland Trail Blazers were able to defeat the Orlando Magic by the score of 97-83. For the Magic, they’re now on a three-game losing streak. An item of note is that this is the first time, in the Stan Van Gundy era, that Orlando has lost three games in a row without …

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Dec 09

Interview with Ben Golliver of Blazersedge

Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images It’s been a tough time for fans of the Portland Trail Blazers. Before the season began, if there was a team that was expected to battle the Los Angeles Lakers for supremacy in the Western Conference, it was the Blazers. The respective projection systems of John Hollinger and Kevin Pelton …

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