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It’s his growth as a shooter that stands out most, as he’s been far more aggressive firing off the dribble from deep and has upped his three-point attempts from 3.7 per game as a rookie to 7.7, making 36.6 percent of them.

Anthony has missed the last five games and the Magic’s offense has looked lost without him. He’s playing a career-high 29.7 minutes a night and has diversified his offense with far more three-point attempts at 4.2 per game, which he’s making at a 33.7 percent clip.

Before the Sixers depart on another testing road trip with matchups against Boston, Atlanta and Charlotte, Monday night’s game against the Magic should be a good opportunity to pick up a win.

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