Magic beat Thunder, start 4-0 for first time in franchise history

The Orlando Magic did something Tuesday night that no other team in franchise history has done. The Magic held off the tough-minded Oklahoma City Thunder for a 118-107 win at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City to become the first team in Orlando’s 31-year history to win its first four games. The fourth quarter once again proved to be the difference as the Magic outscored the Thunder 31-22. Orlando led 103-99 with 5:48 to play before getting a layup by Michael Carter-Williams, a 3 by Markelle Fultz, a layup by Aaron Gordon and a 14-foot jumper by Terrence Ross to go up 112-102. Ross later…

Read More

HEDGE accordingly