Found November 14, 2011 on Crossover Chronicles:
The players may not like the deal that is on the table right now. But the sobering reality is it might be the one they have to take. Count Chris Duhon, the union representative for the Magic, in the camp of begrudgingly accepting the deal. Before stepping into the union representative meeting this morning, Duhon tweeted that he would accept the deal on behalf of the Orlando Magic. A follower of Duhon's responded with praise for Duhon's decision to take the deal as the representative of the team to which Duhon replied: "This deal sucks." Twitter / @CDuhonStandTall: Orlando Magic will accept ... via kwout Twitter / @CDuhonStandTall: @daleja424 this deal sucks ... via kwout That is the cold, hard reality the players surely must be debating right now. There are rumors that the players will offer several revisions to the current deal in hope of making something happen today, fearing that David Stern will follow through on his th...

Current CBA Proposal By NBA Owners To Players Would Give L.A. Lakers A CHANCE To Get Dwight Howard

If a new collective bargaining agreement, between owners and players, is agreed upon, sometime this week, then the Orlando Magic "MIGHT WANT TO" kiss Dwight Howard goodbye.Orlando Sentinel is reporting that some details in the latest, and "last" offer made by NBA owners to the players union about the possibly new CBA, Collective Bargaining Agreement, could hamper...

Dwight Howard Fails At Trampoline Dunk Attempt (Video)

Over the weekend, Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard held a charity basketball game and during a stoppage of the action, they brought out the trampolines for some of the trained performers to use.After they finished their set, some the NBA players decided to show off their dunking skills on the trampolines and most were successful except for Dwight Howard: (Courtesy of Ball Don't Lie)

Dwight Howard Wants Penny Hardaway’s Jersey Retired in Orlando

Penny Hardaway suited up and played in Dwight Howard’s charity game last night, and after the former Orlando Magic superstar got a rousing ovation from the crowd, Howard suggested that the team should hang up his jersey. Per the Sentinel: “When Dwight Howard thinks of the 1990s Orlando Magic, he doesn’t think of Shaquille O’Neal, the dominant big man who Howard is so often...

Dwight Howard Goes Bowling For Charity (Video)

As the NBA is still under lockout mode, Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard decided it was the perfect time to work his bowling skills.Recently, Howard held a charity event at Broadway Bowl in Orlando to benefit his charity and show off his bowling skills:(Courtesy of Sweater Punch)

Magic Wands: Lockout Day 138 (at Pacers)

Indianapolis, Ind. (5-2) vs. (3-4)   Time/TV: 7 p.m./Who am I kidding?Line: What Line?Tickets: Good luck with that...Season Series: None Video Vault: 1) Yesterday, the players union disclaimed interest in representing the players sending the NBA lockout battle to the courts for an antitrust lawsuit. Mark Schlueb and Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel describe...

What we learned from Dwight Howard's D12 All-Star Game

So what did we learn — and not learn — from Dwight Howard’s D12 All-Star Game on Sunday night at UCF Arena?

Magic's Howard hosts exhibition game (AP)

Whether there will be NBA basketball played this season remains to be seen. But in the meantime, Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard gave Orlando fans something to watch Sunday night with an exhibition game featuring current and former Magic stars. Howard deflected all questions about the current NBA labor dispute and ongoing intrigue about whether he will seek free agency in the summer of 2012.

Howard hosts exhibition as gift to 'our city'

Dwight Howard says he hosted an Old-School-New School Orlando Magic exhibition game as a way to uplift the city where he has spent his entire NBA career.

Howard hosts exhibition as gift to 'our city'

Dwight Howard says he hosted an Old-School-New School Orlando Magic exhibition game as a way to uplift the city where he has spent his entire NBA career.

Lil Wayne and Floyd Mayweather to Coach at Dwight Howard’s Charity Game

We’ve already brought you the participants for tonight’s Dwight Howard charity game down in Orlando, but now we give you the coaches: Yep, none other than undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather and platinum rapper Lil Wayne. Via the Orlando Sentinel: “One calls himself the greatest rapper alive. The other is undefeated as a professional boxer. They’ll both be coaching at Dwight...

Getting Your Magic fix: On this date in Magic history --- Nov. 15, 2003

Club-record losing streak 2003-04 lowlightThe Magic's regular season was scheduled to continue tonight in Indiana against the Pacers, but the lockout interrupted the party.

Union Disclaims Interest... Sim Score Does Not Seem To Matter

Last night was supposed to be a great night for Orlando. Demons were to be exorcized and a summer of frustration vented on the team that ended the season so prematurely. The Atlanta Hawks were supposed to be in town, our first look at the division rival who ended the season last year. Who knows if the Magic would be rolling or would be struggling. Our two simulations seem to think...

Magic Wands: Lockout Day 136 (vs. Hawks)

Orlando, Fla. (2-3) vs. (4-2)   Time/TV: 6 p.m./Who am I kidding?Line: What Line?Tickets: Good luck with that...Season Series: None Video Vault: 1) While many current NBA players and former Magic stars are congregating in Orlando for a charity basketball game, the NBA's labor issues loom large, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. This could be the last...
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