That's why he brought it up after his team lost to the
Nelson felt that he allowed the referees' calls and non-calls to bother him too much.
"I just felt like myself in particular let some calls get to me and it got to me more than normal," he said. "I don't know why. It's kind of a trickle-down effect, and then everybody else started [complaining]."
In recent days, both Nelson and Davis have attempted to lend vocal support to some of the teams' younger players, especially 22-year-old Nik Vucevic, during the inevitable ups and downs young players have.
No Magic player or coach has received a technical foul for complaining to referees so far this season.
Rookie power forward
Nicholson enjoyed one of the most productive games of his brief pro career in the loss to the Kings. In 22-plus minutes, he scored 14 points on 5-of-10 shooting and collected five rebounds.
"Thank u all for the kind wishes!" he wrote on Twitter. "Glad to see another healthy year!!"
• The Magic didn't practice on Saturday. Players had the day off.
• The Magic will face the
• Davis said a victory over the Suns would give the Magic a boost after Friday night's disappointing fourth quarter against the Kings. "We've got to finish," he said. "That just shows us as a team how we're going to grow. If we want to become an elite team and if we want to make a push for the playoffs, then we've got to finish road games like this."