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Nov 28

Preview: Orlando Magic at Indiana Pacers

Essentials Teams: Orlando Magic at Indiana Pacers Date: November 28, 2014 Time: 8:00 p.m. Television: Fox Sports Florida Arena: Bankers Life Fieldhouse Records Magic: 6-11 Pacers: 6-9 Probable starters Magic: Victor Oladipo Evan Fournier Tobias Harris Channing Frye Nikola Vucevic Pacers: Donald Sloan Rodney Stuckey Solomon Hill Luis Scola Ian Mahinmi Advanced stats Magic: Pace: …

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Apr 16

Preview: Indiana Pacers at Orlando Magic

Essentials Teams: Indiana Pacers at Orlando Magic Date: April 15, 2014 Time: 7:00 p.m. Television: Fox Sports Florida Arena: Amway Center Records Pacers: 55-26 Magic: 23-58 Probable starters Pacers: George Hill Evan Turner Rasual Butler Luis Scola Roy Hibbert Magic: Victor Oladipo Arron Afflalo Maurice Harkless Kyle O’Quinn Dewayne Dedmon Advanced stats Pacers: Pace: 92.5 …

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Feb 03

Grades: Indiana Pacers 98, Orlando Magic 79

Photo by Ron Hoskins/NBAE via Getty Images   Indiana Pacers 98 Final Recap | Box Score 79 Orlando Magic Arron Afflalo 8-18 FG | 4-7 3P | 2 REB | 2 AST | 20 PTS | -4 Tasked with trying to score on one of the NBA’s premier defenders (Paul George), Afflalo made it look …

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Nov 06

Jacque Vaughn and playing time

Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images One week into the 2013-2014 season, the Orlando Magic are 2-2. They’ve won two consecutive games against playoff contenders by more than 20 points, lost in overtime at Minnesota, and put a legitimate scare into the undefeated Indiana Pacers on the road in the season opener. The Magic currently rank …

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Oct 30

Don’t forget about Andrew Nicholson

Photo by Ron Hoskins/NBAE via Getty Images While contenders and up-and-comers dominate headlines and highlights, the NBA proletariat can fascinate nonetheless. In sussing through that lower echelon, distinctions become readily apparent. Some teams are rebuilding, some are tanking, and some are just plain bad. The Orlando Magic might be the league’s only team to which …

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