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As it has been previously noted on this website, Orlando Magic forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis is a man who likes to dance.During the NBA All-Star Weekend, singer Chris Brown was filming his new web series and Big Baby got to dance it out in the below clip.To see Mr. Davis, scan to about the 2:25 mark as he attempts to do the Dougie:Fortune Webisode I from Mechanical Dummy on Vimeo.(Courtesy of Jocks and Stiletto Jill)
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The old home of the Orlando Magic -- Amway Arena -- brought out crowds of people Sunday morning, as the old arena was ready to be imploded.According to Orlando's Local 6 news station, debris from the arena struck a man, who was two blocks away from the arena implosion site on Amelia Avenue -- around 7:30 a.m.The man -- unknown -- appeared to have a gashed on his left leg, and...
Will he stay or will he go? That was the burning question throughout the Sunshine State for months. If you walked into an establishment in the state of Florida and asked that, people would immediately know that you're referring to Orlando Magic star center Dwight Howard. Howard ended up waiving the early termination option on his contract prior to the March 15 trade deadline...
A major part of downtown Orlando will be demolished Sunday to pave the way for new video game industries.
The old Amway Arena, the former home of the Orlando Magic, will be destroyed by 200 pounds (91 kilograms) of explosives.
Crews carried out a test run of the demolition Wednesday using just a handful of sticks of dynamite.
After the initial explosion, experts said it will take...
They've got a nickname for Ryan Anderson in the Orlando locker room.
"We call him Baby Brinks Truck," said Magic guard Quentin Richardson.
One reason Anderson got that nickname is his averages of 15.9 points and 7.6 rebounds as he prepares to become a restricted free agent this summer. But do you want to know what else really helps?
Anderson is 6-foot-10.
Amway Arena was demolished this morning, and there’s some crazy video coverage of the explosion. The Arena was home to the Orlando Magic, Predators (AFL), Solar Bears (IHL), and Titans (NLL) before the brand new Amway Center was built. It’s nicknames included the O-Rena and the Jungle.
Watching massive explosions always brightens your day.
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A Florida man was taken to a hospital Sunday morning shortly after the implosion of the old Amway Arena in Orlando, a TV station reported.
According to WFTV in Orlando, a man watching the implosion nearly two blocks away on Amelia Street -- the same road on which the arena was located -- was struck in the leg by a piece of rebar, the reinforcement steel used in construction.
Orlando residents said goodbye this morning to the old home of the Orlando Magic. The team left the Amway Arena, better know as the O-Rena after last season and moved into the $512 million Amway Center at the start of the 2011-2012 season.
Amway Arena also went by Orlando Arena, TD Waterhouse Centre, and The arena in Orlando during its time from the opening in 1989 to the last event it hosted in 2010. It served as home to the NBA’s Orlando Magic, Orlando Titans of the National Lacrosse League, Orlando Predators of the Arena Football [...]
The offensive onslaught began almost immediately.
Jameer Nelson drove to the middle of the floor and hit a mid-range jumper. Later he would easily find his way to the basket and score again. Then Ryan Anderson would drain a 3-pointer. Then another. Then another.
Dwight Howard did his thing too. And the Raptors had no answer. None.
The biggest cheer of the night came when the Raptors...
Ryan Anderson made a career-best eight 3-pointers and finished with 28 points to help the Orlando Magic win their third straight game Monday night, beating the Toronto Raptors 117-101.
Dwight Howard had 23 points and 10 rebounds and Jameer Nelson scored 18 points for the Magic.
Orlando came in leading the NBA in 3-pointers and hit 15 of 34 from beyond the arc in this one, two shy...
The Orlando Magic's original home is gone.
Sunday morning, 80 pounds of dynamite sent the Orlando Arena tumbling down into a smoldering pile of former glory and memories, leaving only the four nodes that became something of a symbol for the arena and what made it unique.
The Orlando Arena (it officially retires as the Amway Arena, but I will call it by its beloved...
Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy couldn't have been any more displeased with his team following a loss to the NBA leaders last week.
Van Gundy is now feeling much better about his team's prospects.
The Magic go for a third straight victory Monday night when the Toronto Raptors open a five-game stretch at Air Canada Centre following a tough last-second defeat.
(31-18) vs. (16-33) Time/TV: 7 p.m./Sun SportsLine: Magic by 6Tickets: $12-$403 on TiqIQSeason Series: Won 102-96 in Orlando on Jan. 1; Won 92-88 in Toronto on March 5; Tonight in Toronto