That was the number nobody on the Magic specifically talked about following Wednesday's loss to the Nuggets. Jameer Nelson opened up his postgame comments saying he was not going to talk about the foul disparity. Jacque Vaughn deadpanned he was going to talk to George Karl and his staff about learning some of the defensive schemes he used in the game to implement with the Magic.
There was no getting around it, the Nuggets committed the fewest fouls in a single game against the Magic in Magic history.
The focus though should be on the other numbers from that game -- the 27 fouls committed and the 36 free throws attempts. Denver scored, as Eddy Rivera of MagicBasketball.net noted this morning on ESPN's Daily Dime, 102 points off of free throws (22), 3-pointers (4 makes for 12 points) and points in the paint (68).
If you can do math, that means the Nuggets made just three mid-range jumpers.
So as much as people want to talk about the Magic's poor p...