But the question remains, will the Magic be able to extend this streak when they head home to play the Cleveland Cavaliers?
During the post game interview after the Spurs game, Magic forward, Aaron Gordon put it best on what the team should do when they had back to Orlando.
“It’s good to go get a road win, especially with the team that we only play twice a year. It’s good to get that one,” Gordon said. “But we’ve got to go home and make it happen on our home front.”
Magic v. Cavaliers
Once the game started, the Magic started off strong, ending the first quarter up 30-21. And ending the first half, 58-47.
However, after halftime, the Cavs started to make a push, ending the third quarter, 79-70, with the Magic trailing from behind.
Fortunately, the Magic started to chip away at the Cavs lead. This was done thanks to better defense in the paint and better ball movement, allowing the team to stay competitive in the game.
One moment that made Magic fans anxious was when the game was tied at 100 with less than 10 seconds left, and the Cavs had position of the ball.
During the post game interview, Magic head coach Steve Clifford, summed up how the team felt once the game ended.
“So it was an important win and, you know, it’s the first time we’ve won two in a row, so it’s good”, Clifford said.
The Magic will host the Detroit Pistons on Nov. 7 at 7 p.m.
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