Found February 25, 2013 on
Orlando Magic Daily:
Beno Udrih, Tobias Harris and Doron Lamb have already suited up for one game in a Magic uniform and we have gotten a brief glimpse at what each can do.
In Orlando's loss to Cleveland on Saturday, Udrih showed that he is an adept playmaker and passer, racking up seven assists to go with 10 points in an uneven shooting performance for him. Tobias Harris has already shown that he has a knack for scoring when the ball is in his hands, recording 14 points in his Magic debut. And we have seen all Doron Lamb can do from his days at Kentucky.
One game played with relative strangers hardly makes for a solid sample size. After today's practice, the Magic should begin to see who these players really are and what they can contribute in the future.
With that in mind, I reached out to Jeremy Schmidt of Bucksketball to get a better sense of the new Magic men:
Philip Rossman-Reich, Orlando Magic Daily: What kind of player is Tobias Harris? What kind of player did the Buck t...
BEST OF MAXIM
Point guard, Beno Udrih, who was traded to the Magic Thursday, voiced his displeasure with the Bucks to the Orlando media Monday, saying he was unhappy with the lack of playing time he received there and has felt more at home in Orlando in three days than he did in Milwaukee for a year and a half.
According to John Denton, NBA:
“I’ve been here (in Orlando) three days and I already...
ORLANDO, Fla. Beno Udrih, Tobias Harris and Doron Lamb have gone from a team in the thick of playoff contention to one enduring some thin times.
And theysay they couldnt be more thrilled.
The newest members of the Orlando Magic, obtained last week in the trade that sent J.J. Redick to the Milwaukee Bucks, didnt have the benefit of a practice with the team before Saturday nights...
Less than a year after leaving the Orlando Magic, in a trade to the Lakers, Dwight Howard’s number 12 is already in use and by Tobias Harris no less. Yes, the franchise player and beloved leader of the Magic for seven years, has already lost his number. Instead of going into the rafters one day, Magic management has given him the ultimate slap in the face and showed him that...
Dwight Howard was one of the best players in Orlando Magic history. Not even one year after trading him to the Lakers, the Magic have already given his number away to ... Tobias Harris?
It has become a mini drama each game -- waiting to see if Al Harrington will make his Magic debut.
When Orlando acquired Harrington in the Dwight Howard deal, it was expected he would provide some veteran leadership and a stretch-4 that would enable the Magic to go small occassionally. Yes, the Magic knew they would have to wait after an infection following surgery prevented...
Beno Udrih and Tobias Harris both showed deep-league appeal in their Orlando Magic debuts.
Jameer Nelson sat out a second straight game with a left patella contusion. That opened up minutes for Udrih immediately. The ex-Bucks point guard played 27 minutes off the bench, scoring 10 points and dishing seven assists to go with three boards and two steals. He's a nice option...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Players were high-fiving and telling jokes in the giddy postgame locker room.
It was a rare and pleasant atmosphere for the Orlando Magic, especially on the road.
Arron Afflalo and Tobias Harris scored 16 points apiece and the Magic snapped a 10-game road losing streak with a 98-84 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday.
"It feels great,"...
(15-41) vs. (22-32)
Time/TV: 7 p.m./FSFlorida
Line: Sixers by 9.5
Tickets: $3-$148 on Vivid Seats
Season Series: Lost 78-61 on Feb. 4 in Philadelphia; Tonight in Philadelphia; March 10 in Orlando
Beno Udrih came to Orlando refreshed.
His time in Milwaukee was a bit of a mixed bag. He averaged 6.7 points per game playing 18.4 minutes per game in 39 games with Milwaukee. His playing time witht he Bucks was inconsistent and Udrih expressed some frustration upon arriving in Orlando.
To him, playing for the Magic and in a new city is a new opportunity for him, as he told...
A seemingly sarcastic 76ers fan is selling two tickets to Tuesday night's contest against the Orlando Magic for $1 million.
That's right; $500,000 apiece to sit in the upper levels of the Wells Fargo Center and enjoy some pretty bad basketball. Of course, there are seats available for $0.99 all over StubHub, but this is the deal of a lifetime.
Way way waaaay back in the day, like in early November back in the day, I told you to go ahead and grab yourself some Tobias Harris. At that time it looked like he would start at small forward for the Bucks and possibly have a breakout fantasy season but noooooooooooooo. Instead he farted directly on your pillow and you launched him faster than you could get out your deodorizer!...
Only Important Injuries:
- Jameer Nelson out (stock up for E’Twaun Moore, Beno Udrih, Arron Afflalo)
- Kyrie Irving out (stock up for Shaun Livingston, Dion Waiters, CJ Miles)
- Anthony Davis out (stock up for Ryan Anderson, Robin Lopez)
- David Lee out (stock up for Carl Landry, Andres Biedrins)
Lineup 1 (60K)
Shaun Livingston ($3700)
Beno Udrih ($3900)
Dion Waiters ($5200...