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There may not be a player in the league with a more uncertain future than J.J. Redick. Yes, Rudy Gay might get traded and Boston has no idea where that team might go after Rajon Rondo's injury. Before the season though, no player seemed more certain to get moved than Redick.
Everyone seemed to recognize that.
That has changed somewhat though as the season has gone on. Redick has not changed his position -- he would like to stay in Orlando if possible, but understands the business -- but Orlando has begun to reconsider Redick as part of the team's future plans. He is turning in a career year and has been the Magic's most consistent player throughout the year.
Still, with the risk of losing him in free agency this summer, Orlando has to consider dealing the sharpshooter. And there are, of course, several teams in need of a shooter in the Playoff race.
The Magic still have about three weeks to weigh their options and figure out what to do, but one important ...
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It has been that kind of season for the Magic. Frustration all around. If the basketball did what it was suppose to do after Glen Davis shoots it than this kind of language would not be necessary. Unfortunately, Glen needs to curse after the ball decides to take an awkward bounce. The ball didn't want to feel Big Baby's wrath, so it went back on course. Things need...
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Glen "Big Baby" Davis suffered a broken foot Wednesday Night against the New York Knicks. Davis who already missed 11 games with a shoulder injury, might now have to miss the raminder of the season, but we'll wait for official reports before we throw that out there.The injury came early in the 1st quarter, and Davis finished the night playing only 4 minutes, going 1...
With the February 21st trade deadline looming, rumors are flying around the NBA. Will Rudy Gay be traded? Will the Celtics look to add a point guard to replace injured star, Rajon Rondo? In regards to the Orlando Magic, one name keeps surfacing: J.J. Redick. Currently in his 7th season in the NBA, J.J. Redick has improved every year and has become an exceptional perimeter threat...
"Big Baby" Glen Davis broke his foot in Wednesday's loss to the New York Knicks. Davis played four minutes (two points and three assists).
No word on how long he's going to be out, but this could be the end of Big Baby's season. Magic beat writer Joshua Robbins says it's unclear if the injury will require surgery.
This could be a chance for Gustavo...
After 5 years in the league, we all know that Glen Davis is a little out there. He’s proven to be a solid player in the right situation, but he certainly has more than his fair share of antics.
And just because he’s Glen Davis, he decided to catch a flying Gerald Wallace after Wallace converted a dunk in a game where Brooklyn beat Orlando. You can watch the clip below:
NEW YORK (AP) -- Orlando forward Glen Davis broke his left foot in the first half against the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
Davis played 4 minutes, 20 seconds and scored the Magic's first basket before being taken out of the game. It was not clear how he was injured.
"You never want to see a teammate injured," Orlando guard JJ Redick said after the Magic lost...
The Magic looked a bit fatigued through one half of play as the Nets picked apart the Magic defense -- particularly the undermanned second unit -- draining 3-pointers and getting into the lane whether it was through pick and rolls or post ups. Orlando did not have the will to drive to the basket or the ability to make shots.
Another blowout to the Nets seemed certain.
The Magic got to spend three days in the New York area and had two chances to get big wins against two good opponents. Each game, Orlando did a lot of things right and had a fantastic opportunity to score the two wins.
Unfortunately, there just was not enough of the good for 48 minutes and the team's depth and inability to keep things going with the bench players in. And...
It's not often that you get to see an NBA player catch another but during Monday night's Brooklyn Nets/Orlando Magic affair, Orlando's Glen Davis came up holding Brooklyn's Gerald Wallace.The moment happened in the third quarter of play and watch as Glen catches "Crash" after a drive attempt:
New York City, N.Y.
(14-30) vs. (27-15)
Time/TV: 7:30 p.m./FSFlorida
Line: Knicks by 9
Tickets: $34-$34,950 on Vivid Seats
Season Series: Lost 99-89 in Orlando on Nov. 13; Lost 114-106 in Orlando on Jan. 5; Tonight in New York City; March 20 in New York City
The Brooklyn Nets (27-18) had their way with the Orlando Magic (14-30) in just about every aspect of last night's game. The final score was 97-77, but you got the feeling that the gap would have been even bigger if the Nets hadn't gone third-string for much of the final quarter. It was clear that these were two teams heading in opposite directions.
The Magic are heading...