Found October 03, 2012 on Orlando Magic Daily:
Believe it or not, we are about a month away from Opening Night. Orlando opened training camp on October 1 and open the preseason in Mexico City against New Orleans on Saturday. So how will we get ready? By counting down to the beginning of the season on November 2 against Denver. Let's continue: Quick quiz... Who leads the 2000 NBA Draftees in total win shares? It is not Magic draft pick and Rookie of the Year Mike Miller. Or top overall pick Kenyon Martin? Need more choices: How about All Stars like Michael Redd and Jamaal Magloire? Nope, not them. It is not Quentin Richardson, Keyon Dooling or Jamal Crawford either? Give up? The answer is the 16th overall pick from that draft: Hedo Turkoglu. And most of those win shares came in his long career in Orlando. 40.0 of his 61.8 win shares have come in Orlando. Turkoglu has been on some very very good teams. He was a member of the 2002 Kings team that went to the Western Conference Finals and were...
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