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It is OK still to be a bit confused with the Jason Maxiell signing.
Glen Davis, Tobias Harris, Andrew Nicholson and Romero Osby (potentially) already on the roster at power forward, signing an undersized center (and a more natural power forward) in Jason Maxiell did not make much sense. Maxiell had cut his teeth in the league as a grinder and defender with the Pistons. He was good for solid defense off the bench, a couple of highlight reel-worthy blocks and a few poster-worthy dunks (mostly against the Magic).
Maxiell has career averages of 6.1 points and 4.4 rebounds per game, certainly not enough to make a major dent in the Magic's 20-win performance. Like the Ronnie Price signing -- or even drafting Victor Oladipo -- the Magic were not about to shake up the world and become instant contenders.
This slow climb will require more than that. It may require a Jason Maxiell.
The Magic signed Maxiell to a manageable two-year, $5 million contract. The second year is n...
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Al Harrington has had time to contemplate it all what with the staph infection that derailed his career and the one season with the Orlando Magic in which he barely got off the bench.
And as he has been waiting to learn of his new destination with the Magic likely to either trade him or waive him sooner rather than later the 33-year-old who swears he isn't done yet has had his...
Al Harrington had such a disappointing year last season, probably didn’t even notice he was on an NBA roster.
Yes played in 10 dismal games for the Orlando Magic last season, and wants to forget all about the horrible experience. The 33-year-old forward is aware that the Magic may trade, or choose to cut him.
Either way Harrington says he’s prepared. Harrington has two...
It seems like Al Harrington tenure with the Denver Nuggets - where he was a key 6th Man for the Nuggets during the 2011-2012 season – was ions ago. He was part of the Andre Iguodala trade that sent him to the Orlando Magic, but it also was a horrible season for Big Al as a [...]The post Al Harrington’s back-up plan: Play For A Contender appeared first on The NBA Passionista .
By Max Marcilla
After reports of the Knicks pursuing point guard’s Bobby Brown, Sebastian Telfair, and most recently Delonte West, a new point guard has emerged in the talks: Beno Udrih.
Udrih has played on multiple teams over his career. He started off in San Antonio, moved to Sacramento, and then went to Milwaukee before getting traded to Orlando in the middle of last season...