Found March 21, 2013 on
Orlando Magic Daily:
Al Harrington was here in a flash. He contributed in some key wins and was the toy Magic fans could not wait to see.
And then in a blink his season appears to be over.
Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel asked Jacque Vaughn following Wednesday's loss to the Knicks whether Al Harrington's troublesome injury kept him out of the game. After all, Harrington had spent time this season as the team's backup center and Nikola Vucevic missed the game with an illness.
Vaughn told the assembled media that it was a coach's decision that has seen Harrington go to the bench the last three games.
It’s really nothing to do with his knees.
It’s a coach’s decision. I’ve talked to Al just about the remaining games that we have. He’s helped us in the wins at Philly and New Orleans. He’s proven that he can still play this game at a high level, and I’m going to give the opportunity to play to some of our young guys and give them some experience. I think he has experi...
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