So the Orlando Magic win and Stan Van Gundy is upset with his team defense. The Cleveland Cavaliers lose but Byron Scott is happy with his basketball team.
Go figure, sports fans. Perhaps that's why Stan Van Gundy is a better head coach, but I won't go down that path right now. We have plenty 0f Orlando Magic and NBA news to recap, including??everything you need to know about last night's Magic win at Amway Center.
We'll also delve into the Miami Heat's "win" over the Philadelphia 76ers and explore Phil Jackson's "apology" to Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy. Without further delay, let's roll the links:
The Buzz: Josh Robbins gets bonus points for the usage of "misconstrued" in his lead sentence.
The Buzz: Brian Schmitz states the obvious here, but can you count how many times he uses the phrase "Life Without LeBron"?.
The Buzz: Best part of Byron Scott's rant on the officials? When asked if he's prepared to be fined by the NBA office, he said "My checkbook's OK".
The Buzz: I'm kicking myself for heading to the Magic locker room early last night, or I would've had this live on our Web site. Oh well. Hearing Scott's voice is enough to add emphasis to his strong words for Friday night's NBA officials.
The Buzz: Ira Winderman summed up this Heat win the best by writing, "This was not a win to be savored. It was an embarrassment avoided, little more".
The Buzz: This writer believes Mark Cuban's "glee and cackling" may serve as motivation for the Miami Heat in Dallas.
The Buzz: Phil Jackson apologized to Stan Van Gundy, then took another slight dig at him and the Sunshine State, too.
The Buzz: The Utah Jazz rebuke Phil Jackson for his latest remarks. :)
The Buzz: Dallas grinds out a big win against the red-hot San Antonio Spurs.
The Buzz: Darnell vividly describes why Jeff Green was the hero of this overtime tussle with the Pacers.