This season has been one extended learning experience for the young, inexperienced Orlando Magic. Sunday night provided perhaps the best lesson yet about what it takes to be a top-notch NBA team. The workmanlike, gritty Memphis Grizzlies did everything well on both ends of the court despite the absence of injured starting power forward Zach Randolph. The Magic, on the other hand, did almost nothing well. It translated into a 108-82 blowout loss in front of an announced crowd of 16,020, the smallest crowd to see a regular-season NBA game in Amway Center's three-year history.
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