Weve witnessed Glen Davis dominance in the post, seen Jameer Nelsons command at the point and watched J.J. Redicks accurate shooting from behind the arc.
In the first five games of the preseason, the core players on the Orlando Magic have looked good, but not great. On Wednesday night, we may get our first glimpse of the player the Magic hope will make all the difference.
I definitely want to play, shooting guard Arron Afflalo said after practice Tuesday afternoon.
Afflalo, who is arguably the best player the Magic received in the Dwight Howard trade, sat out the past three weeks because of a left hamstring strain suffered a few days into training camp. Coach Jacque Vaughn opted to err on the side of caution when deciding to give the versatile guard his debut in a Magic uniform.
On Wednesday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, Vaughn is hoping to finally get a feel for how Afflalo will fit into the system.
Im going to stretch minutes out a little bit, Vaughn said. "The object...