Now that the Dwight Howard drama is over, at least for this season, the Orlando Magic can now focus on what their goal is for every season: winning an NBA championship. The Magic believe winning a title is an attainable goal.
Last night, the Magic began the crisis-free portion of the schedule with a breezy 86-70 win over the New Jersey Nets. It seemed that players used the game...
Equations need to be balanced out, with Jesus came the Omen, the Anti-Christ, X's have Y's, penises have vaginas, Batman has the Joker. For every person or thing put on this planet there is another person or thing put on this planet that is it's equal and opposite. So after Dwight Howard decided not to opt out of his contract, with the Orlando Magic next season, did...
The NBA has an unwritten rule on the separation of front office and players for the same reason the United States doesn’t negotiate with terrorists or put the Pope on the ballot. However, the Magic are breaking that rule in order to appease Dwight Howard. This will not end well. Opting into the final year of his contract will only
The trade deadline has passed, so no savior will be arriving this season in Orlando. Then again, do the Magic really need one?
There are Orlando players who believe the team has the pieces now to win an NBA title. And one of them is the guy who counts the most.
No doubt, center Dwight Howard said of the Magic being a legitimate title contender. We dont have to get all the hoopla...
We all know that Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard is a man who likes to have a little bit of fun every once and awhile.Check out this clip of dancing during the Magic introductions during a recent Magic/Nets game:(Courtesy of Foot Basket)
The news broke late Wednesday night that Dwight Howard had another change of heart and will, in fact, opt into the final year of his contract, waiving his early termination option. Jarrod Rudolph of RealGM spoke with Howard after the Magic's loss to the Spurs in San Antonio and Howard went on the record to clear the air a bit after a wild 24 hours of will-he or won't-he when...
Every morning, we'll give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: It's all or nothing with Orlando
Either Dwight Howard and the Magic are clicking, or they're not. Last night, they were not. The Bulls defense certainly had a hand in that, but the Magic only scored 59 points last night. The Dallas Mavericks had 63 by halftime...
(29-16) vs. (28-16) Time/TV: 7 p.m./ESPN, FSFloridaLine: Heat by 8Tickets: $60-$1942 on TiqIQSeason Series: Won 102-89 in Orlando on Feb. 8; Lost 90-78 in Miami on Feb. 19; Won 104-98 in Orlando on March 13
(37-10) vs. (29-17) Time/TV: 8 p.m./TNTLine: Magic by 2Tickets: $34-$518 on TiqIQSeason Series: Lost 97-83 in Orlando on Jan. 6; Won 99-94 in Chicago on March 8; Tonight in Orlando;
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