What's the best way to describe the Magic's 2020-21 campaign? Uh, bad. It's b
Posted by seestyle on August 8th, 2022
Brian Bosworth Jersey What's the best way to describe the Magic's 2020-21 campaign? Uh, bad. It's been bad.
Since moving three of its top four scorers at thetrade deadline,Orlando has lost eight of its last 10 games. The Magic currently ownthe fourth-worst record in the NBA (17-37), and the future is blurry with no obvious franchise cornerstone on the roster.
But hey, at least the social media team is staying positi wait. Oh no.
Here's some Tuesday triviafrom the Magic's official Twitter account: "Without looking... our defensive rating this season is 113.4, our season Seattle Seahawks Home Office highest in franchise history. Which season did we have the highest defensive rating?"
Two i sues with this tweet:
The phrasing is incredibly confusing. The tweet claims the Magic's defensive rating is Ugo Amadi Jersey the highest in franchise history, which would seem to answer the question. No need to look anything up. The correct response is right there.A high defensive rating is not a good thing. For reference, the Lakers lead the league . The Kings are last at 117.6. Orlando is much closer Charles Cross Jersey to Sacramento than Los Angeles. Probably not something you want to highlight.
The Magic unsurprisingly ended up deleting the tweet, but not before Twitter had a little fun at their expense. Go easy on them, guys.
whos going to tell them?
Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob)
Kenny Easley Jersey Magic social media manager: "So a higher number is better right?"
Duncan Smith (@DuncanSmithNBA)
Higher defensive rating = bad
Alex ip (he/him) stands with Hong Kong (@AlexIp718)
Keith Cordero Jr. (@kmcorder)
They C.J. Prosise Jersey are tanking, so let them enjoy.
Fernando Torok (@fgtorok)
Ha san (@KingHa san__)
oh my brain hurt reading this lmao
Danny Fanaroff (@DannyFanaroff)
Whyd they say without looking?
this tweet melted my brain
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