If Terrence Ross hadn’t injured his right knee on Nov. 29, he never would’ve needed to find out where to find Orlando Magic games on his cable box. But he learned this season. His injury, a sprained MCL and a non-displaced fracture of his tibial plateau, prevented him from attending games at Amway Center for a difficult stretch. His only outlet to watch the Magic was on TV. “Channel 50,” he said. “Once 7 rolled around, it was pretty much I’m eating dinner watching.” And what he saw made him unhappy, especially in December, as his teammates struggled to a 3-12 record and saw their postseason hopes evaporate. Ross’ wait is slowly, agonizingly coming to an end. He’s probably a few weeks away from returning to game action.