Mardi Gras came soon for Magic Magic, who left New Orleans with a positive 118-88 victory over homeless Pelicans. Orlando released their common legs to the gas soon and never jumped up, which had 27 points in the first quarter, and were creating another easy victory for their fourth consecutive. This is the first streak of four games that won the Magic since November, 5-Dec.3, 2015.
It was an independent, effective game for Magic, with only one player with plus / minus negative, and 32 registered to help 42 field goals.
The highlights were easy to come to this point, but the biggest profile of Jonathan Isaac could be the second year. Isaac had 14 points in the first quarter, empowering Draíocht soon, and finished 20 high career points, as well as seven rebounds and three blocks. Isaac has recently fired, averaging 15.4 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.0 blocks, and 1.6 steals in five Magic games.
Along with the young gun, Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier deal with 20 crack points. All-Star had no doubt the first time online, as Vucevic gave 25 points, 17 rebounds, three help, and three steals. The Magic could also limit the All-NBA Anthony Davis center with three points and six rebates.
The first progression on the Magic (26-32) will be part of the Charlotte Hornets (27-29) entering the All-Star break. The Magic is struggling with the Hornets, and in particular the All-Star Kemba Walker point guard, in recent years, including the 0-2 mark of this season. This could be a great opportunity for Magic to keep momentum before Vucevic looked at the All-Star festival.