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Dec 31

3-on-3: Looking back at 2013

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images It has been a wild year in 2013. Which teams and players can stake claim to the title of Biggest Surprise? Which are just glad to see the calendar flip to 2014? Our panel of experts discusses the best of 2013 for the Orlando Magic. 1. Which player …

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Mar 11

Grades: Orlando Magic 99, Philadelphia 76ers 91

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images   Orlando Magic 99 Final Recap | Box Score 91 Philadelphia 76ers Nikola Vucevic 7-13 FG | 0-0 FT | 2 BLK | 17 REB | 14 PTS | -1 Just another day in the office for Vucevic. You can’t help but wonder what Sixers head coach Doug …

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Apr 13

The awards ballot

Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images With the regular season winding down and the postseason just a mere six days away, I figured I’d do what other writers have been doing lately — reveal my awards ballot. I know that I’m not a member of the Pro Basketball Writers Association, which means I …

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Apr 11

Recap: Orlando Magic 95, Philadelphia 76ers 85

BOX SCORE Sparked by Dwight Howard‘s return to the starting lineup, the Orlando Magic were able to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers by the score of 95-85 in a game that was more lopsided than the end result indicates. Although the win was meaningless in the sense that the Magic are locked in to the No. …

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Feb 10

Recap: Orlando Magic 99, Philadelphia 76ers 95

BOX SCORE The Orlando Magic were able to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers by the score of 99-95, winning their second game in as many nights. The Magic were led by a balanced attack, as six players scored in double-figures. Dwight Howard had a magnificent outing, posting 30 points, 17 rebounds, two steals, and two blocks …

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Oct 12

Tuesday’s Magic Word

Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel: “His grandmother bought him a Nerf ball game when he was a toddler. He slept with a basketball by his pillow as he got older. No wonder he has a nose for grabbing a rebound and a shooting eye to die for. And it’s no surprise that he tossed in a …

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