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Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a clip of Orlando Magic guard Chris Duhon celebrating Danny Granger's travel in game one of Pacers/Magic series.Just as you may figure, Duhon's dance got remixed and received the "Crank Dat" treatment:(Courtesy of Hot Clicks)
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Following the Orlando Magic’s 97-74 loss to the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 of the teams’ quarterfinal playoff series, Magic big man Glen “Big Baby” Davis had his little daughter in tow as he faced the media. And the little girl, decked out in a Magic sweater, absolutely seized her moment in the spotlight, taking [...]
Stan Van Gundy made it one of his points of emphasis in his postgame press conference. It is something he faults himself with in the early part of this series. The offense is not working.
Orlando scored 81 points in the Game One victory and then followed it with 78 points in the Game Two loss. That is an average of 79.5 points per game. And the 159 total points in about 169 possessions...
Orlando is learning, quite the hard way, the nature of Indiana's beasts.
After David West torched them for 37 points and 20 rebounds in the first two games of the series, Magic Coach Stan Van Gundy threw everything he had at the Indiana power forward in Game 3. He opened the game with quick double-teams to give undersized defender Ryan Anderson as much help as possible, and...
As thoroughly as Orlando has been beaten in its past two games to fall into a 2-1 series hole against Indiana, there is still confidence in the Magic locker room.
Coach Stan Van Gundy showed his team several key statistics during Thursday's practice session, but says the biggest problem for them is a lack of energy. It is manifesting itself in the first and third quarters, where...
A grumpy Stan Van Gundy vents to the media about David West's impact, the adjustment he needs to make, what Jameer Nelson needs to do to have an impact on this series and he talks about Orlando needing to improve on the offensive end.
I don’t like as many dunks as I am told I should; no breakaway dunks should ever make a Top 10 Plays. Give me a drive and jam with hands in the face, or a no-look pass alley-oop with a one-handed flush. Those require more skill and toughness than a very tall person merely jumping [...]
Series tied 1-1 Time/TV: 7:30 p.m./NBATV, FSFloridaLine: Pacers by 3Tickets: $7-$530 on TiqIQPlayoff Series: Magic 81, Pacers 77; Pacers 93, Magic 78; Tonight in Orlando; May 5 in Orlando; May 8 in Indianapolis
ORLANDO, Fla., — If your prediction for this series was that the Pacers would do it in five, you might be right.
Danny Granger’s 26-point showcase was the driving force behind Indiana’s statement win over the Orlando Magic.
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You didn't think it would be that easy, did you? The Magic's upset bid took an expected turn as the Pacers evened the series up with a win in Game Two. What was unexpected was how Indiana ramped up its intensity in the third quarter and took the game right at Orlando. To be sure, the Magic's margin for error was too small to withstand that 30-13 third quarter. The Magic...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Danny Granger had 26 points and nine rebounds, Roy Hibbert added 18 points and 10 rebounds, and the Indiana Pacers beat the Orlando Magic 97-74 on Wednesday night to a take a 2-1 lead in the first-round series.
The Pacers regained home-court advantage with the victory, riding good shooting early and building a 29-point lead in the fourth quarter.
Tune into FOX Sports Florida at 7 p.m. to watch the Orlando Magic take on the Indiana Pacers. NBA Magic territory.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Through two games of their opening-round playoff series, the Indiana Pacers and Orlando Magic have both had moments to laud and lament.
Minus Dwight Howard, the Magic owned the underdog tag and successfully stole home-court advantage with a win...
ORLANDO -- Size does matter in the NBA, a fact the Indiana Pacers pounded into the Orlando Magic Wednesday night. The Pacers hammered the timid and defenseless Magic 97-74 behind 26 points and nine rebounds from Danny Granger and 18 points and 10 rebounds from Roy Hibbert. George Hill added 15 points for Indiana, whose size advantage at every position really showed in the second...