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Jan 09

Recap: Orlando Magic 117, Dallas Mavericks 107

BOX SCORE Playing on a back-to-back, the Orlando Magic were able to defeat the Dallas Mavericks by the score of 117-107, winning their ninth consecutive game of the regular season — tying a franchise record. It was the Hedo Turkoglu show for the Magic, as he finished the game with 13 points, 17 assists, and …

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Oct 21

Recap: Orlando Magic 101, Dallas Mavericks 76

BOX SCORE Looking for a challenge from the opposition so that head coach Stan Van Gundy could finally play his starters extended minutes in the pre-season, the Orlando Magic got what they wanted — sort of — against the Dallas Mavericks as they won their 20th consecutive pre-season game by the score of 101-76 in …

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Jul 02

Free Agent Notebook, Day 2: Matt Barnes, Carlos Boozer, and More

To better make sense of the madness that is free agency, especially considering their historical ramifications within the framework of the NBA, I’m going to aggregate any facts and rumors that pertain to the Orlando Magic into a notebook-type post. The posts will be constructed daily at 12:00 PM EDT and updated throughout the day. …

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Apr 02

Second Look: Orlando Magic 97, Dallas Mavericks 82

Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel: “If you doubted their confidence as a contender, consider this: The Orlando Magic have at least thought about the idea of passing the L.A. Lakers in the standings in order to grab home-court advantage……should they face the defending champs again for the NBA title. That would also mean that the Magic …

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Apr 02

Recap: Orlando Magic 97, Dallas Mavericks 82

Photo by Glenn James/NBAE via Getty Images BOX SCORE The Orlando Magic, healthy and rested, were able to defeat the Dallas Mavericks by the score of 97-82 in front of a nationally-televised audience. Coming off an overtime win against the Memphis Grizzlies on the road the evening before, it seemed like the Mavericks were a …

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