• Fago Franklin III

Orlando's defense allowed 35 points in the fourth quarter and was defeated by the Bucks 121-99

Orlando- The Magic could not contain the Milwaukee Bucks in thee second half and was defeated by them.


The game was evenly matched between the two teams before the second half. Orlando did a good job with building a wall to stop Giannis Antetokounmpo from getting to the painted area and getting easy buckets, but that changed in the final two quarters. Turnovers hurt the Magic, as they turned the ball over seven times in the half. Those turnovers turned into fastbreak points for the Bucks.


Mid-way into the fourth, the Magic cut the lead to two points, but Milwaukee went on a 12-0 run to blow the lead out of the water. The Magic could not recover from the run and struggled to get any bucket to drop, as they went three minutes without a score. Orlando was late on rotations late into the game and the Bucks' made them pay each time. Milwaukee finished the game on a 35-17 run and gave the Magic their fifth loss of the season.

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