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0-0, 1st in Southeast
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2dKevin Pelton

Updated RPM projections: Magic

FiveThirtyEight's metric is more optimistic, but real plus-minus has Orlando 10th, even in the weak Eastern Conference.

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NBA Power Rankings: Where do Magic debut?

Improvement is expected from the Magic this season, but not by much. One key area that will need to be addressed is Aaron Gordon's 3-point shooting woes.

Wade, Rose lead Cavs past Magic (0:55)
Payton connects with Simmons on alley-oop (0:15)
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6dAlfonso Mancilla | ESPN Digital

Wizards a consolidarse en el Sudeste

Los Hawks, el Heat y el Magic movieron sus cartas en pos de reforzarse, pero Washington y su poder ofensivo es el favorito a quedarse con la cima del sector.

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Vote: Which NBA rookie are you most excited about?

The 2017-18 rookie class is filled with dynamic players with unique skill sets. Which of them are you most intrigued to watch this season? And who will win Rookie of the Year?

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6dMike Schmitz

Most underrated NBA rookies, for this season and the future

Wesley Iwundu's slow progression at Kansas State suggests that it will take him some time to adjust to the NBA, but wings with his length, defensive potential and passing ability aren't easy to find.

Gordon goes coast-to-coast for the layup (0:17)
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9dZach Lowe

Rating NBA tiers: The back of the East race

One of these sorry teams is going to randomly win 38 games and butt into the playoff walkathon that is the East. Why can't it be the 76ers or Magic?

Gordon leads Magic past Heat (0:53)

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The Orlando Magic edged the Miami Heat 93-90 in a tale of two halves. The Heat rested PG Goran Dragic, giving more ballhandling duties to Josh Richardson and Dion Waiters. While the Heat made 9/19 1st half threes, they missed all 13 2nd half threes. The Magic came back from down 16 and contested shots well all game, with backups C Bismack Biyombo (3 blocks) and 6th overall pick Jonathan Isaac (2 blocks) helping Orlando hold Miami to 31 percent from the field in the 2nd half.

Richardson and Biyombo trade dunks (0:29)
Simmons skies for the big block (0:20)
Gordon throws lob to Ross for the flush (0:20)
Payton dishes no-look to Gordon (0:20)
Grizzlies win first preseason game in Memphis (1:33)
Augustin lobs it up to Simmons for the one-hand slam (0:16)

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.127th
Rebounds Per Game43.220th
Assists Per Game22.218th
Points Allowed107.622nd

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