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Mar 19

Preview: Orlando Magic at Phoenix Suns

Essentials Teams: Orlando Magic at Phoenix Suns Date: March 19, 2014 Time: 10:00 p.m. Television: Fox Sports Florida Arena: US Airways Center Records Magic: 19-49 Suns: 38-29 Probable starters Magic: Victor Oladipo Arron Afflalo Maurice Harkless Kyle O’Quinn Nikola Vucevic Suns: Eric Bledsoe Goran Dragic P.J. Tucker Channing Frye Miles Plumlee Advanced stats Magic: Pace: …

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Jan 22

Five reasons to be happy in Magic kingdom

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images The Magic ended a 10-game losing streak against the Celtics this past weekend, a streak which dated back to 2013. That’s a long stretch to go winless, and Magic fans are predictably perturbed. But this most recent losing streak shouldn’t make the fanbase catatonic with woe, since there’s …

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Nov 25

Grades: Phoenix Suns 104, Orlando Magic 96

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images   Phoenix Suns

Nov 24

Preview: Phoenix Suns at Orlando Magic

Essentials Teams: Phoenix Suns at Orlando Magic Date: November 24, 2013 Time: 6:00 p.m. Television: NBA TV Arena: Amway Center Records Suns: 6-6 Magic: 4-8 Probable starters Suns: Goran Dragic Gerald Green P.J. Tucker Channing Frye Miles Plumlee Magic: Jameer Nelson Victor Oladipo Arron Afflalo Maurice Harkless Nikola Vuvevic Advanced stats Suns: Pace: 95.5 (12th …

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Oct 15

Handicapping the race to land Andrew Wiggins

Jeff Jacobsen/Kansas Athletics With a loaded draft class coming up — led by Andrew Wiggins, the projected first overall pick — and the team still rebuilding, the goal for the Orlando Magic this season will be to lose and secure a superstar talent at the top of the draft. Unfortunately for the Magic, that’s the …

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Nov 18

Recap: Orlando Magic 105, Phoenix Suns 89

BOX SCORE In a game with little drama, the Orlando Magic were able to defeat the Phoenix Suns by the score of 105-89 in front of a nationally televised audience. No Steve Nash (out with an injury), no rebounding or defending capabilities, and playing on a back-to-back against the Magic, a roster that was well-rested, …

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