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Charlotte -2
Orlando +2

Over 216 (-105)
Under 216 (-115)

Community Picks: Charlotte 57% vs Orlando 43%

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For the first time, Joel Embiid squared off against Westtown School (West Chester) product Mo Bamba when the Sixers hosted the Magic in preseason action Monday. The two big men will likely meet much more down the road in the Eastern Conference, but Embiid bested the rook in the box score and the scoreboard. Continue to Article
October 02, 2018 12:07:pm EST
Markelle Fultz is a completely different player than the version with the injured shoulder and broken shot we saw as a rookie - it's impossible to imagine Fultz making four jumpers (including a three-pointer) last season, as he did in Monday's 120-114 win over the Orlando Magic (see story), pulling the trigger with no hesitation. Simmons has only attempted one jumper in the Sixers' first two preseason games, a blocked turnaround from 14 feet out against the Magic. "No. I'm not going to come out and shoot threes," Simmons said. Continue to Article
October 01, 2018 11:19:pm EST
It's a sign of how far Markelle Fultz has come that his first shot in Monday night's preseason game against the Orlando Magic wasn't really a big deal. Sixers are leading, 6-2. After missing a baseline three-pointer a couple minutes earlier, Fultz lined up another long range jumper. Continue to Article
October 01, 2018 7:10:pm EST
For the first time since May 9, the Sixers will play NBA opposition. With Fultz's confidence the highest it's been since he joined the Sixers, don't be surprised to see him expand his range against the Magic. Continue to Article
September 30, 2018 10:41:pm EST
Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon figures it is time to take on some new responsibility now that is starting the season with a new coach and a new long-term contract. After signing a four-year, $76 million contract in July, the 23-year-old forward says the responsibility for turning around the fortunes of the Orlando Magic is on him as much as anyone. ''I'm here to spearhead, to make sure it's all-systems-go and make sure everybody is fighting every single night,'' Gordon said Monday at the team's media day. Continue to Article
September 24, 2018 6:05:pm EST
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