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2018 Schedule
21-49, 4th in Southeast
Celtics get creative to avoid late turnover (0:33)
Celtics cruise to win against Magic (1:12)
Horford takes it coast to coast (0:20)
Rozier drops dime to Horford (0:16)
Rozier splashes home 3-pointer (0:24)
Simmons outduels Giannis (1:23)

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Bucks lost to the Magic, 126-117. Giannis Antetokounmpo had a game-high 38 points and a plus-minus of +10 in the loss. Milwaukee has lost 7 of its last 10 games under Joe Prunty after starting 10-3 following Jason Kidd's firing.

Simmons lights up Bucks (0:47)
Spurs roll past Magic, snap slide (1:02)
Katie & Cy pick best old-school NBA jerseys (2:56)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

The LA Clippers end their six-game homestand with a 113-105 win over the Orlando Magic. Starting SG Lou Williams scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter, and the Clippers outscored the Magic 24-10 on the fast break. The Clippers are now 36-29 and have a lead of 0.5 games over the Jazz and Nuggets for 8th place in the West.

Isaac steals and slams (0:23)
Simmons hammers down two-handed slam (0:19)
Harris drives and dunks (0:18)
Jordan opens game with a slam (0:18)
T-Mac sets franchise record with 62 points (0:58)

Joerger earns 200th win as Kings beat Magic 94-88

Kosta Koufos had a season-high 18 points and 13 rebounds, Garrett Temple scored 23 points and the Sacramento Kings beat the Orlando Magic 94-88 on Friday night to give coach Dave Joerger his 200th career win.

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NBA: Refs botched call in Magic's loss to Lakers

According to the NBA's Last Two Minute Report released Thursday, the Orlando Magic should have maintained possession after a clock malfunction that helped the Lakers hold on for a 108-107 win to the dismay of Orlando.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

The NBA's Officiating Last Two Minute Report ruled that there was an incorrect call at the end of the Orlando Magic-Los Angeles Lakers game and that the Magic should have maintained possession — as Orlando head coach Frank Vogel argued — after a clock malfunction. "The inbound pass, referees were reasonably certain that there was a clock malfunction and triggered an Instant Replay under Rule 13.1.a.5," the Two Minute Report said. "After review, it is confirmed that the game clock was inadvertently started by the referee crew and that time expired before the ball was touched. The clock is correctly reset to 0:00.6. However, since the pass was still in the air when the clock expired, the ball was still in ORL's possession and thus ORL should have retained possession on the sideline at the nearest spot. Had the ball been touched by LAL prior to the expiration of the clock, it would have been considered a loose ball and the jump ball ruling would have been correct."

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Steve Francis on selling crack, NBA stardom

Steve Francis details his journey from selling drugs in Washington, D.C., to being the second pick in the NBA draft in a story for The Players' Tribune.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.718th
Rebounds Per Game41.027th
Assists Per Game23.311th
Points Allowed109.324th

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