In case you missed it: Dec. 13

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida for Friday, Dec. 13:

* Orlando rookie Victor Oladipo played his best game as a pro — yes, better than his triple-double against Philadelphia — but Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving matched him at every turn to help the Cavaliers beat the Magic in Orlando. Read More
 
* The Panthers and Capitals each netted two goals in a furious second period, but it was Tomas Kopecky who came through in the 10th round of the shootout to help Florida cool off Washington in Sunrise on Friday night. Read More

* Magic Musings: Ken Hornack breaks down what happened to Orlando and its long-range shooting in a loss to visiting Cleveland. Read More

* Rookie guard Victor Oladipo tied a career high with 26 points Friday night, but it wasn’t enough for the Magic, as they fell at home to the surging Cavaliers. Read More
 
* The Marlins were the only franchise Logan Morrison had known in his professional career, but the team said that trading him was part of their plan to address an offense that struggled to scores runs last season. Read More

* The Rays’ search for a first baseman is apparently over, as the team reportedly agreed to a three-year, $21 million deal with James Loney, which would bring the 29-year-old back to Tampa Bay after a solid season in 2012. Read More

* Running back Maurice Jones-Drew and rookie safety Johnathan Cyprien are unlikely to play for the Jaguars when they take on the Bills this Sunday. Read More

* Florida State redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston says he had no doubt the investigation into him would leave him “vindicated.” Read More

* Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is back with the team after returning from a trip to Boston, although he declined to say whether he was there as part of the criminal investigation of former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez. Read More

* Jacksonville released veteran defensive end Jeremy Mincey on Friday. The Jaguars made him inactive twice last month after he was late to a team meeting. Read More

* The lawyer for the woman who accused Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston of sexual assault asked the state attorney general to examine the handling of the case. Read More

* Former FSU quarterback Charlie Ward reflects on Jameis Winston leading up to this weekend’s Heisman Trophy ceremony. The pair met when Winston was in high school. If  Winston earns the honor, he would join Ward and Chris Weinke as FSU’s Heisman winners. Read More

* With Winter Meetings over, the Rays still have to make decisions on first base and David Price this offseason. Read More