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Mar 09

Grades: San Antonio Spurs 121, Orlando Magic 112

AP Photo/Darren Abate   San Antonio Spurs 121 Final Recap | Box Score 112 Orlando Magic Arron Afflalo 7-18 FG | 2-3 3P | 3 REB | 4 AST | 17 PTS | -16 Afflalo wasn’t bad in his second game back from a sprained right ankle, but it’s never a great thing when a …

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Mar 08

Preview: Orlando Magic at San Antonio Spurs

Essentials Teams: Orlando Magic at San Antonio Spurs Date: March 8, 2014 Time: 7:30 p.m. Television: Fox Sports Florida Arena: Amway Center Records Magic: 19-44 Spurs: 45-16 Probable starters Magic: Jameer Nelson Arron Afflalo Maurice Harkless Kyle O’Quinn Nikola Vucevic Spurs: Tony Parker Danny Green Kawhi Leonard Tiago Splitter Tim Duncan Advanced stats Magic: Pace: …

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Nov 30

Grades: San Antonio Spurs 109, Orlando Magic 91

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Nov 29

Preview: San Antonio Spurs at Orlando Magic

Essentials Teams: San Antonio Spurs at Orlando Magic Date: November 28, 2013 Time: 7:00 p.m. Television: Fox Sports Florida Arena: Amway Center Records Spurs: 13-2 Magic: 6-9 Probable starters Spurs: Corey Joseph Danny Green Kawhi Leonard Tim Duncan Tiago Splitter Magic: Victor Oladipo E’Twaun Moore Arron Afflalo Glen Davis Nikola Vuvevic Advanced stats Spurs: Pace: …

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Apr 03

Grades: San Antonio Spurs 98, Orlando Magic 84

AP Photo/Eric Gay   San Antonio Spurs 98 Final Recap | Box Score 84 Orlando Magic Nikola Vucevic 7-13 FG | 2-2 FT | 4 STL | 14 REB | 16 PTS | -3 Vucevic had a rather underwhelming first half. His midrange jumper wasn’t falling and he struggled to finish around the rim. But …

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Nov 22

Sneak Preview: Orlando Magic at San Antonio Spurs

Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel: “Leave it to Stan Van Gundy to compare one of his starting forwards to one of baseball’s best sluggers. A couple of years ago, Van Gundy — a lifelong baseball fan — responded to the calls of doom and gloom when the Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera started a season …

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