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Magic Fall to Spurs in Season Opener

The San Antonio Spurs beat the Orlando Magic 123-97 Wednesday night. The Magic had six players score more than 10 points. The Magic jumped up by seven points mid way through the first quarter and led 17-10. After their initial run, the Magic were outscored 113-80 over the remaining 42 …

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NBA Round 1 Playoffs Preview

The NBA playoffs continue today. The Washington Wizards face the Philadelphia 76ers, the Atlanta Hawks travel to the New York Knicks, and the Memphis Grizzlies facing the Utah Jazz. Wizards to 76ers The Wizards play the 76ers tonight at 7 p.m. in round one of the playoffs. Philadelphia leads Washington …

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Orlando Can Set NBA Trade Deadline Tone

Sitting at 14th in the Eastern Conference, the Magic seem ready to move on from Aaron Gordon. A trade could set the tone for the rest of the teams, according to ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski. Magic Shopping Gordon Despite the Magic’s struggles, Aaron Gordon has been a bright spot for …

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Heat Win Third Straight; Squeak by Knicks 98-96

The Miami Heat held on to defeat the New York Knicks 98-96 Tuesday night, spoiling Derrick Rose’s return to the Knicks after being traded from the Detroit Pistons. The Heat, improving to 10-14, played strong fourth-quarter defense, allowing only 14 fourth-quarter points to outlast the Knicks. New York had a …

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Obi Toppin Drafted By the NY Knicks

Forward Obi Toppin was thrilled on Wednesday night when he was announced as the eighth overall pick for the 2020 NBA Draft. Originally from Brooklyn, he is excited to be back on his home turf with the New York Knicks. “Me reppin’ my city, it’s amazing. … I’m not gonna …

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Knicks Hire Tom Thibodeau as Next Head Coach

The New York Knicks are finalizing a five-year deal to hire Tom Thibodeau as head coach spot. Since former head coach Jeff Van Gundy left in 2001, the Knicks have had 13 coaches. The Knicks are hoping that Thibodeau will be the coach to put the program back on its …

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