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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Through two games of their opening-round playoff series, the Indiana Pacers and Orlando Magic have both had moments to laud and lament.
Minus Dwight Howard, the Magic owned the underdog tag and successfully stole home-court advantage with a win in Game 1. Then the Pacers were able to brush off a woeful finish in that loss, regroup, and use all their personnel advantages down the stretch to blow past the Magic in Game 2 on Monday.
The question now is who has established their early postseason identity more as the series shifts to Orlando on Wednesday for Game 3?
"Obviously we want to go back home and play off the momentum of the crowd and just play better than we did (Monday)," Magic forward Ryan Anderson said after the 93-78 Game 2 loss. "We know that we can play better than this and play harder than this."
While Anderson ...