Shorthanded Magic fall to Timberwolves to close out season-long homestand

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Orlando Sentinel

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando Magic have battled through injury woes since the season’s start, keeping every game close despite missing significant parts of the rotation. That wasn’t the case in Wednesday’s homestand-ending 126-108 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves (7-8) at Amway Center. It wasn’t for a lack of fight or effort. The Magic battled back after falling behind by 27 in the second quarter and brought their deficit down to nine in the fourth. But the absences of seven key players undid the Magic (4-11), with the disconnectedness in the first half because of having to play multiple line…

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