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(AP) -- Evan Fournier has been one of the NBA's most improved players and a big reason Orlando is off to a surprising start, but the Magic might have to move on without him.
With its leading scorer likely to be a game-time decision, Orlando will try to win its third in a row and seventh in eight home games Sunday night against the Boston Celtics.
Although Denver used a first-round pick on the France native in 2012, Fournier played sparingly in his rookie season before averaging just 8.4 points over 19.8 minutes per game in 2013-14.MORE
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