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Jan 10

Preview: Orlando Magic at Sacramento Kings

Essentials Teams: Orlando Magic at Sacramento Kings Date: January 10, 2014 Time: 10:00 p.m. Television: Fox Sports Florida Arena: Sleep Train Arena Records Magic: 10-25 Kings: 11-22 Probable starters Magic: Jameer Nelson Victor Oladipo Arron Afflalo Tobias Harris Glen Davis Kings: Isaiah Thomas Marcus Thornton Rudy Gay Jason Thompson DeMarcus Cousins Advanced stats Magic: Pace: …

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Dec 22

Grades: Sacramento Kings 105, Orlando Magic 100

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Mar 10

Recap: Orlando Magic 106, Sacramento Kings 102

BOX SCORE Avoiding a season sweep to one of the worst teams in the NBA, the Orlando Magic were able to defeat the Sacramento Kings by the score of 106-102. This was a tightly-contested game, especially in the second half when the Magic and Kings traded leads with each other with regularity. But a three-pointer …

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Feb 23

Recap: Sacramento Kings 111, Orlando Magic 105

BOX SCORE Kicking off life after the All-Star break, the Sacramento Kings were able to defeat the Orlando Magic by the score of 111-105. Despite not having Tyreke Evans due to an injury and newly-acquired Marcus Thornton still in the process of making his debut with the Kings after being dealt for Carl Landry, while …

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Jan 13

Recap: New Orleans Hornets 92, Orlando Magic 89 (OT)

BOX SCORE No 10-game winning streak. The New Orleans Hornets were able to defeat the Orlando Magic in overtime by the score of 92-89 in a defensive slugfest that saw both teams struggle to generate offense consistently throughout the game. The Hornets were led by a balanced attack, as five players scored in double-figures. The …

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Jul 22

Thursday’s Magic Word

Adly Santiago of OrlandoMagic.com: “During the offseason many basketball players go on vacation to rest from a grueling regular season. Others spend time working with their charities, while a select few are able to juggle that responsibility along with conducting basketball camps. One of those players is Vince Carter, an eight-time All-Star, Olympic Gold Medalist …

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