On Tuesday morning, with his team mired in a terrible slump, Evan Fournier was asked a question. What should the Orlando Magic try to accomplish the rest of the season? Above all else, Fournier answered, the Magic need to fight. They did that Tuesday night, figuratively and literally. On a night reserve swingman Arron Afflalo was ejected after he threw a wild haymaker, the Magic played one of their most energetic, gritty games of the season.
If you stood in the Orlando Magic’s huddle Wednesday night in Milwaukee, you would’ve heard Marreese Speights chime in. Speights knew the Magic had a built-in excuse for the way their game against the Milwaukee Bucks was unfolding. The Magic had played the night before in Dallas, landed in Wisconsin around 1:30 in the morning and were mired in one of the worst slumps in franchise history. “It’s the NBA, and we’ve got to cherish playing basketball,” Speights explained later.
WASHINGTON — Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat said today he doesn’t expect his NBA career to continue after his current contract expires following the 2018-19 season, and he added he would love to end his career with the Orlando Magic. “I would love to join the team for maybe two or three months, or maybe half a season at least,” Gortat told the Orlando Sentinel after the Wizards completed their shootaround Friday at Capital One Arena.
Marreese Speights could not attend tonight's game because of a personal matter. But Khem Birch said Speights contacted him before tipoff to offer scouting reports on Karl-Anthony Towns, Taj Gibson and Gorgui Dieng. In his postgame media avail, Birch thanked Speights for helping.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
+. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by
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