Milwaukee Bucks Opposition Intel: Orlando Magic Q&A With Brett David Roberts

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Nov 25, 2015; Orlando, FL, USA; Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo (5) drives the ball down court during the second half of a basketball game against the New York Knicks at Amway Center. The Magic won 100-91. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

AM: Victor Oladipo has been a little underwhelming to start the season. His shooting percentages are poor and he’s not scoring a whole lot, is it fair to expect more from him?

BDR: Victor Oladipo is slumping, but it is really just a funk with his shot. His defense has been exceptional as always. What really hurts is that Oladipo tries to do too much, and that is what makes his “demotion” (is it really one?) to the bench a very intelligent move on Skiles part.

Oladipo is the team’s most dynamic athlete, but he has to get better at drawing contact at the hoop so that he can get himself going when his shot is off.

Shooting 33 percent from the floor is a surprise, but it is not a huge reason for concern. Oladipo is still able to create and he can go on “one man runs” at times, which is something we really saw more of last season. Most Magic fans are not overly concerned by his struggles shooting the ball, though.

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