Both Tobias Harris (12) and Victor Oladipo (5) had a great week for the Orlando Magic. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Orlando Magic: Social Media Week In Review for Jan. 26

 

The Orlando Magic had an up-and-down week as they went 2-2 in their four games.

Orlando Magic center Nikola Vucevic continues to recuperate from a concussion, while forward Tobias Harris looks to be returning to his 2012-13 form. Let’s take a look at the week that was for the Magic across the social media landscape.

Presto In The Paint’s RJ Infantino looked at how Kyle O’Quinn has turned into a better player than Andrew Nicholson. O’Quinn is averaging 13.9 points per game to Nicholson’s 12.1 points per game.

The Magic’s struggles in the 3rd quarter continued against the Nets on Tuesday. The Magic ended the 1st half down 46-42, but in the 3rd quarter, the Nets outscored the Magic 27-14 and the route was on. The game was not nearly as close as the 101-90 score indicated.

Orlando Magic rookie Victor Oladipo would have loved the opportunity to play against Kobe Bryant. The Lakers could have used Bryant as the Magic defeated the Lakers 114-105 and could do little to stop the Magic in transition.

Victor Oladipo provided a little “Showtime” in the Amway Center on Friday. This was undoubtedly  the play of the week for the Magic.

Tobias Harris ran the Lakers defense ragged and had his best game of the season.

While center Nikola Vucevic continues to recover from a concussion that he sustained on Jan. 6, there was some good news on the Vucevic front as there appears to be mutual interest in a contract extension. Vucevic will travel on the Magic’s three-game road trip, which began on Sunday. It is unclear whether Vucevic will play in any of the three games as he just started practicing with the team.

We will end this week with another wonderful Orlando Magic inspired Bingo game.

 

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