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The Magic beat the Lakers last night. Yeah, the Magic. And in doing so, they busted out with the hack-a-Dwight. Sending Dwight to the line and having him go 9 for 21. An embarrassing stat. So when the game was over, everyone noticed that Howard didn’t walk over to shake anyone’s hand from the Orlando bench. Here’s how Jameer Nelson and Glen Davis felt about the incident: “That’s fine. Certain guys don’t shake hands after the game. I don’t have any hard feelings to the guy. He made a decision to do what he did. He’s on the team that he’s on. I’m here in Orlando, where I want to be. I just wish him the best of luck. I’m not going to go up and hug him and kiss him or anything like that. I think my coach would be mad at me.” – Jameer Nelson “If he wants to walk off the court, it’s cool. No hard feelings, you know? He lost. I would feel bad, too. I wouldn’t want to shake anybody’s hand. So it is what it is.” - Glen Davis    
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