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Kobe Dominates, But Magic Not Out Yet

Throughout their run to the NBA Finals, the Orlando Magic made a habit of sticking around every time it looked like they might be finished. That is worth remembering in the wake of the 100-75 blowout loss they endured Thursday against the Los Angeles Lakers in the opening game of the championship series.

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