Hedo Turkoglu wouldn't be shocked if he didn't play in his first game back from suspension, but Orlando Magic coach Jacque Vaughn might have to give the veteran forward some minutes with the injuries piling up.
The Magic will try to avoid an eighth straight defeat on Wednesday night when the league-worst Charlotte Bobcats go for their first-ever three-game winning streak in this Southeast Division series.
Suspended for 20 games by the league after testing positive for methenolone, an anabolic steroid, Turkoglu is eligible to take the court again on Wednesday. However, with the Magic (18-53) wrapping up one of the worst seasons in franchise history, Turkoglu, averaging 2.9 points and 2.4 rebounds, knows he may not get many minutes.
"I'm happy (the suspension is) over, but on the other hand if you look at it, it's just like the last 10 games of the season," Turkoglu said after Tuesday's practice. "... It's frustrating just being in this situation.
"I don't expect a whole lot (of p...