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2015-16 Schedule
9-8, 4th in Southeast
Magic beat Celtics for third straight win (0:46)
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Metrics not kind to Hezonja

Magic guard Mario Hezonja is one of many high-profile rookies with a dismal real plus-minus rating one month into the season. But Steve Ilardi notes that's typical. Rookies' real plus-minus (Insider)

Magic roll past Bucks (0:53)
What you know about Parker's left-handed slam? (0:12)
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Magic Daily Links: Thursday

Top Headline: Victor Oladipo embraces move to bench; Magic beat Knicks

Orlando's mascot playing jokes on Robin Lopez (0:30)
Vucevic's double-double leads Magic past Knicks (1:14)
Porzingis stuffs Oladipo at the basket (0:07)

Halftime: Magic 46, Knicks 35

Orlando's Tobias Harris scored a team-high 11 points, and Jason Smith added 8 points off the bench to help the Magic to an 11-point halftime lead. Carmelo Anthony scored 13 to carry the load for the Knicks, while rookie Kristaps Porzingis was held scoreless in a first half for the first time in his career. Follow live

Knicks (8-7) at Magic (6-8)

New York opened a four-game trip with wins over Oklahoma City and Houston to give it four straight victories overall for the first time since the end of the 2013-14 season. A big reason? Rookie Kristaps Porzingis, who is averaging 20 points, 11.3 rebounds and 2.8 blocks while shooting 51.9 percent -- 66.7 from beyond the arc -- in the last four games. New York leads early in the first. Follow live

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Magic Daily Links: Wednesday

Top Headline: Skiles' new starting unit could be put in place against Knicks

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Magic Daily Links: Tuesday

Top Headline: Magic head coach Scott Skiles says changes coming to playing rotation

LeBron, Cavaliers take down Magic (1:01)

Final: Cavaliers 117, Magic 103

Kevin Love poured in 34 points and shot 6-of-9 from deep as Cleveland collected their third-straight victory. Box score

Payton connects with Oladipo for the alley-oop (0:11)
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Magic (6-7) at Cavaliers (10-3)

Cleveland's only two healthy starters (LeBron James and Kevin Love) try to extend the team's best home start in seven years without four key members of the rotation. Follow live

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Magic slip to 21st in rankings

Marc Stein notes that the most telling story of the week in Orlando was first-year head coach Scott Skiles laying down the law even when things were going well. Week 4 Power Rankings

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Last season, LeBron James had a little tiff with Tobias Harris before going off. Does that have a carryover effect? "I don't ever start altercations," he said. "But I don't mind them when they happen. It kind of fuels me sometimes, fuels my guys. I'm never one to start up an altercation or I'm not a bully. I was never a fan of the bully. But I don't mind knocking them down."

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Magic Daily Links: Monday

Top Headline: Magic rookie Mario Hezonja still learning the NBA game

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.412th
Rebounds Per Game46.45th
Assists Per Game22.78th
Points Allowed100.616th

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