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PHOENIX — The Orlando Magic didn't alter their playing style during their just-finished West Coast road trip. They remain a rebuilding team that must give all-out effort and share the ball to win. But perhaps something profound occurred out West,...
Twenty observations and opinions after 20 games of the Magic season (PART I): - J.J. Redick has made a case to be the club’s MVP so far. He simply impacts games. Sunday, he had 20 points and nine assists, having a hand in 39 points. Redick has...
PHOENIX — The Orlando Magic don't have the firepower to spot opponents points. But the Magic keep doing it. No team in the NBA this season has struggled in the first quarter as badly as Orlando has, and the statistics prove it. The Magic have...
PHOENIX — Jameer Nelson would be the first person to tell you that he needs to set an example to younger players as the Orlando Magic's starting point guard and as one of the team's co-captains. That's why he brought it up after his team lost to...
Well, it's obvious to see what the Magic have accomplished so far: They've taken any suspense out of their participation in the NBA draft lottery … by winning. Winning way too much already. Wait. What? That's right. Forget about getting a...
Ishmael "Ish" Smith had to make it to the NBA the hard way, as if he knew any other way. "I always came through the back door," he said. Smith slaps his knee and laughs. "High school. Back door. "AAU. Back door. "At Wake [Forest]. Back door....
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — J.J. Redick felt compelled to say something after the Orlando Magic lost the other night to the Utah Jazz. With sweat still dripping from players' brows and fans filing out of the arena, Redick told his teammates in their...
SALT LAKE CITY — In spite of everything they did wrong — and plenty went wrong — the Orlando Magic still did something right against the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night. They fought back. After a miserable first three quarters, the...
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Strike up the band. Spike the eggnog. Buy a bunch of party favors. Call Mayor Buddy Dyer so he can sign a proclamation on behalf of all Magic fans residing in the City of Orlando: "The Orlando Magic defeated the Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 2, 2012, using...
Glen Davis took a hard spill last Friday night and, luckily, all he hurt was his pride. He was a bit embarrassed when his mother, Tonya, rushed over to check on her Big Baby. She was in Orlando for the Thanksgiving weekend. "My Mom," Davis said,...
Magic starting point guard Jameer Nelson will miss tonight's game against the Brooklyn Nets at Amway Center. The club said that Nelson has a strained Achilles tendon in his left foot. E'Twaun Moore will start for the Magic and will be backed up by Ish...
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Running off at the typewriter. … Since this is the final "Running Off" of the year, let's review the biggest and best, whiniest and worst of 2012. Biggest sports story of local interest: (1) Dwightmare and resulting collateral damage in Magic...
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