Most Startling Statistics of Orlando Magic’s Season so Far

November 18th, 2014 by Stephen Albertini Leave a reply »
At 5-7, the Orlando Magic have been experiencing all the ups and downs that come with a rigorous NBA season. 

There have been the highs, like the buzzer-beating walk-off against the Philadelphia 76ers, and there have been the lows, like the broken foot suffered by first-round draft pick Aaron Gordon. 

Nothing is set in stone 12 games into an NBA season, but habits are certainly starting to form. Team identities are being shaped, and the statistics compiled over the past few weeks can at least provide some sort of indication as to what type of team we are all watching. 

The Magic's stats, much like the on-court results, have been a mixed bag. There are the good (Evan Fournier's emergence), the bad (too many turnovers) and the ugly (Elfrid Payton's shooting percentage).

The season is far from over and things can change very quickly, but there are certainly some numbers that stand out—both positive and negative.

Let's take a look at five head-scratching, surprising and all-around startling Magic statistics so far this season.

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