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Steve Clifford has an interview with the Milwaukee Bucks for their head coaching vacancy on Monday, according to sources.
Clifford spent last season with the Los Angeles Lakers after serving as assistant coach of the Orlando Magic for five seasons. Clifford was previously with the Houston Rockets for four seasons.
Clifford also will interview with the Charlotte Bobcats.
John Hammond is searching for a replacement for Jim Boylan.
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Los Angeles Lakers assistant Steve Clifford will become the fourth coach to interview for Milwaukee's vacant head coaching position, according to a report by Yahoo! Sports.
A disciple of both Jeff and Stan Van Gundy, Clifford will meet with Bucks general manager John Hammond on Monday. According to Yahoo Sports!, Hammond contacted Stan Van Gundy about the position but the veteran...
When not trying to eat Aaron Gray’s face, Orlando Magic forward Glen “Big Baby” Davis is posting some pretty hilarious photos on his Instagram account.
Check out this image of Glen giving a “stink face” to the camera:
The Magic made it pretty clear -- particularly at the end of the season -- they were going to go young and play their rookies and young players to speed along their development. Orlando was not expecting any of its rookies to win the Rookie of the Year. Maurice Harkless, Andrew Nicholson, Kyle O'Quinn and DeQuan Jones were bringing brought along slowly.
They all still had...
Over the next few weeks Orlando Magic Daily will be taking a look at the things that went right and wrong this season as Orlando ended its season with its first Lottery season in six years.
When looking at the Magic roster at the beginning of the season, you could assume offense was going to be a problem. The roster did not have a single player who had been a first option offensively...
The season has wound down and the season recaps and highlights are coming out. I already did a collection of the year's highlights for the Magic in a full season recap shortly after the season ended.
Now the NBA is back at it with some of the lighter moments from the NBA season.
Yes, the Magic make a few appearances. Nothing too embarrassing though. Just the PB&J...