Found September 08, 2012 on
Orlando Magic Daily:
Believe it or not, we are less than one month away from the first Magic preseason game. Orlando will open training camp on October 1 and open the preseason in Mexico City against New Orleans on October 7. So how will we get ready? By counting down to the beginning of the season on November 2 against Denver. Let's begin:
Laron Profit is back on the Magic. Jacque Vaughn added him to the coaching staff as an assistant coach in charge of player development. The joke us long-time Magic fans made was immediate.
No, Orlando has not yet traded Profit to Washington. That was something the Magic did twice.
On September 22, 1999, the Magic traded their second round pick in the 1999 NBA Draft to the Wizards for a 2001 second round pick. That pick became Omar Cook. Orlando traded Cook on draft night to Denver instead of a first round pick to complete the Chauncey Billups/Ron Mercer trade. So there.
On August 1, 2001, the Magic traded Brendan Haywood to the Wizards for Laron Profit and ...
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Ah, the current laughingstock of the NBA — well, maybe second after the Bobcats — they had their shot to trade Dwight Howard during the season, but wanted to wait until they had WORSE offers to boot him out of Florida. DwightMare is officially over, but how what’s thei off-season grade? Additions and Subtractions: [...]
Believe it or not, we are less than one month away from the first Magic preseason game. Orlando will open training camp on October 1 and open the preseason in Mexico City against New Orleans on October 7. So how will we get ready? By counting down to the beginning of the season on November 2 against Denver. Let's continue:
54? That could only mean one player in Magic history...
Thursday night, Pat Williams ended up where he always belonged.
His career is not over. His life is certainly not over. Pat Williams always has another trick up his sleeve. Another cause to pursue. Another book to write.
Williams has a lot left to do. He has a lot left to accomplish. Knowing Pat Williams, he will get it all done and more.
It was this kind of enthusiasm and zeal...
Bob Beyer, an assistant coach with the Orlando Magic the past five years, has been hired as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area reported Thursday. Beyer replaces Wes Unseld Jr., who left the Warriors last month to become an assistant coach with the Magic.