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Kyle O'Quinn
Undone by 13 second-half turnovers, the Magic fall to the Wizards 96-86
Undone by 13 second-half turnovers, the Magic fall to the Wizards 96-86

Welcome to the bizarre world of the NBA, where a team can lose a game but potentially benefit in the long run because of that loss. On Friday night, the Orlando Magic lost on the court but may have won off the court — all at the same time. Plagued by 13 second-half turnovers, the Magic fell to the Washington Wizards 96-86. That defeat, coupled with the Boston Celtics' upset victory over the Charlotte Bobcats, left the Magic in sole possession of the NBA's third-worst record — and, for the time being, at least — the third-best chance of winning the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery. "Come on, Magic, get the draft pick," one fan seated in Amway...

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