So much awesome defense in this video. Dwight Howard swats Brook Lopez's shot and tries to start a fast break, but Deron Williams picks off D12's pass and takes it in for a two-handed jam. It wasn't enough to win the night; the Magic topped the Nets, 108-91.
Williams finished with 23 points (8-18 FG and 3-3 FT), four 3-pointers, six rebounds, eight assists, two steals, and an atrocious seven turnovers. Howard showed his own flaws, making just 2-of-10 free throws (but night's like these are expected). But the big man ended up with 20 points (9-13 FG), 17 rebounds, four assists, two steals, two blocks and two turnovers.
This comes as ESPN's Chad Ford wrote in a chat that he believes Howard and Williams end up with the Dallas Mavericks next summer. Somewhere Mark Cuban is smiling.
Dwight Howard had 20 points and 17 rebounds and the Orlando Magic rolled to a 108-91 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Wednesday night.
Howard, who can become a free agent in July if the Magic don't trade him by the March 15 trading deadline, got the loudest cheers from the crowd of 15,364 in the pregame introductions.
And the center didn't disappoint in leading the Magic...
Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard called the love and appreciation New Jersey Nets fans and the organization showed him on Wednesday night "a humbling experience," but would not comment on his potential desire to join the Nets via trade or free agency.
“I always try to keep the ball in play, get the ball to my teammates,” Davis said.Davis is blocking 15 percent of his opponents’ shots at 4.8 per game this season.“If I block out of bounds, it might look good to the crowd but it kind of hurts my team because (the opponent) gets another possession,” Davis said. “If I block it and it bounces to one of my teammates, we have...
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