A member of the Orlando Magic’s starting five has taken a step toward returning to the court. Swingman Terrence Ross practiced fully with his teammates Tuesday and seems likely to play in the team’s season-opener Wednesday night against the Miami Heat if he doesn’t have any unforeseen setbacks. “Terrence got out there and practiced and looked pretty good,” coach Frank Vogel said. “So we’ll see how he feels.”
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Josh Robbins: Payton, Gordon & Biyombo will get the night off tonight. Fournier (ankle) and Ross (hamstring) won’t play but their injuries aren’t serious.
Nate Taylor: Dwane Casey said Terrance Ross will be available tonight.
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October 20, 2017 | 9:05 pm EDT Update
Smith tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in August 2015, the summer before his senior year of high school. He experienced swelling in the knee after shootaround Friday, and the decision was made to not start him less than an hour before the game.