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Here's what the folks at Orlando Magic blog Third Quarter Collapse and Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel had to say after yesterday's dismantling of the Toronto Raptors.

Jack Armstrong with the understatement of the year.

The Fan590's Eric Smith also checks in with his thoughts.

Raptors Republic wonders about the Raptors' defense while drawing some positives from yesterday's destruction at the hands of the Magic.

After a pair of brutal losses, the Toronto Star's Dave Feschuk brings back the pessimism by imagining what went down during yesterday's gathering of losers at minority owner Larry Tanenbaum's 14,833-square-foot crib in Forest Hill.

Newsflash: The Magic, which took the court minus three potential starters yesterday -- guard Vince Carter and forwards Rashard Lewis and Mickaël Pietrus -- is scary deep.

J.J. Redick freestyled all over the Raptors, and now comes word that he's dropping a rap album (via Deadspin).

Will the Raptors' new team introduction have the same effect on the Charlotte Bobcats when they play in Toronto?

Finally, some good news out of Raptor Nation: Starting November 22, announcers Parminder Singh and Harnarayan Singh will now call Raptors games televised Sundays on CBC in Punjabi.

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