Found January 09, 2013 on
Orlando Magic Daily:
(12-22) vs. (20-16)
Time/TV: 9 p.m./FSFlorida
Line: Nuggets by 11.5
Tickets: $3-$1950 on Vivid Seats
Season Series: Won 102-89 on Nov. 2 in Orlando; Tonight in Denver
1) Arron Afflalo is coming to represent the frustration the Magic have right now. After games he points the finger at himself and speaks very calmly. But still there is that undercurrent of frustration with this veteran player who desperately wants to win. His focus is not on his return to Denver but on breaking this losing streak, ...
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DENVER -- Orlando has lost heartbreakers, let wins slip away and has been blown out during its 10-game losing streak. Wednesday's game might have topped them all. The Magic saw another fourth-quarter lead slip away in a 108-105 loss to Denver, but after the game it was the head-shaking foul differential that had them baffled. The Magic nearly overcame 19 points and 19 rebounds...
Following the Denver Nuggets’ 108-105 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night, the Nuggets broadcast crew sought out bruising big man Kenneth Faried due to his huge role in securing the victory by way of his dominating 19-point, 19-rebound performance.
Faried must have been a bit taken aback when he was informed of his impressive stat line by the reporter, because he...
Kenneth Faried has become a big part of the Denver Nuggest success this year averaging 12 points and 10 rebounds per contest. Last night he went a little over that mark as the Nuggets beat the Orlando Magic 108-105. In the post game interview he was asked what he thought about his 19 point, 19 rebound performance. He responded with "****, I didn’t even know!” Not...
Kenneth Faried had a monster game last night when the Nuggets took on the Orlando Magic. The feisty forward put up 19 points and 19 recbounds in a 108-105 win. By the way Faried reacted to the reporter, you could tell he wasn’t keeping track of his scoring.
His response was short and to the point. All he said was “sh*t”. That’s why we love live television, especially during...
This is a story or an idea that will not seem to go away.
Like a jilted girlfriend, there are still some feelings. And the idea of a reunion just will not die.
So when Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel writes:
In other words, it's easy for the Magic to say they won't pursue Dwight now when they know they don't have a snowball's chance in Haiti of getting...
Thanks to the fine folks over at Deadspin, we know that the first curse word used during an NBA postgame interview this season came from Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried.After the Nuggets beat the Orlando Magic, Faried was interviewed about his 19 point and 19 rebound performance.Once told of his dominant play, Faried dropped the s-bomb not knowing that he had that good of a night...
Chris Andersen worked out for the Miami Heat this week, and the team is considering offering him a contract. Despite his age and the fact that he has not played at all this season, Andersen may be able to help the Heat. At least former NBA coach George Karl thinks so. Chris Tomasson of Fox Sports' Florida interviewed George Karl, and they talked about Andersen's possible...
Perhaps it is too late to avoid a "long" losing streak seeing as the Magic's current nine-game skid is the longest for the franchise since 2004, but this team wants to avoid falling further behind.
We can go through the stats again, but it probably is not really necessary. Except for one or two games in this streak, Orlando has been in every game and has been unable...
There are wins that you rejoice about and then victories, as a fan, you’re just happy transpired. This was one of those wins for Denver as the Nuggets, led by Kenneth Faried’s hustle and heart, squeaked past the Orlando Magic, 108-105. While it’s always fantastic for your team of choice to win, it becomes an [...]The post Kenneth Faried Wills Denver Against Orlando appeared...
Skip to the :52 second mark for Faried’s salty language…
Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried is having himself a nice little second season in Denver, averaging 12.2 points and 10.2 rebounds per game for the 21-16 Nuggets. Faried had another stellar game on Wednesday night, dropping 19 points and grabbing 19 boards in a 108-105 win over the Orlando Magic. It seems that Faried...
That was the number nobody on the Magic specifically talked about following Wednesday's loss to the Nuggets. Jameer Nelson opened up his postgame comments saying he was not going to talk about the foul disparity. Jacque Vaughn deadpanned he was going to talk to George Karl and his staff about learning some of the defensive schemes he used in the game to implement with...
The Magic know a little bit about hard work.
Everyone can see Orlando fighting and scrapping in every game. Kenneth Faried's level of effort is just a little bit more some times.
On a free throw in a tie game, Faried found his way around Andrew Nicholson and got to the ball before Nicholson could. The two fought the ball to the ground, but Faried got the timeout. Out...
DENVER -- Kenneth Faried had 19 points and 19 rebounds Wednesday, and Ty Lawson also scored 19 points, including a tie-breaking layup and free throw, as the Denver Nuggets handed the Orlando Magic their 10th straight loss, 108-105. Jameer Nelson had 20 points and eight assists, and J.J. Redick added 17 points off the bench for Orlando, which has lost nine games by fewer than 10...
The great NBA Jeopardy! challenge has seen another player proclaim victory.Or, make that another Dukie.It all started when Miami forward Shane Battier said last November he could defeat any player in the NBA in Jeopardy! Then Milwaukee forward Mike Dunleavy, once Battiers teammate at Duke, said, I dont think he could beat me.Now, a guy who played for the Blue Devils after Battier...
Orlando could not get stops and could not be stopped. That was the kind of game it was at the Rose Garden.
Several players took turns just carrying the Magic offense and getting the ball moving. Arron Afflalo had his way in the first quarter. Josh McRoberts and J.J. Redick had it going in the second quarter. Redick got it going in the fourth again. Then Jameer Nelson closed things...