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The Indiana Pacers will try to extend their season-high winning streak to five games when they entertain the Orlando Magic tonight in the opener of a modest two-game homestand.
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Dwight Howard has grown accustomed to being serenaded with “MVP!” chants in Orlando, but with the Magic sputtering under the constant trade speculation surrounding him, the NBA’s best big man had to hear a different three syllable chorus from a small faction — two people, actually — at Amway Center this week.
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Dwight Howard had 19 points, 16 rebounds and eight blocks, as the Magic downed the Cavaliers, 102-94, on Friday.
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Orlando forward Glen Davis has been suspended for two games by the Magic for conduct detrimental to the team. Davis will miss Friday's home game against Cleveland and Saturday's game at Indiana. Orlando coach Stan Van Gundy acknowledged before Friday night's game that some sort of verbal incident took place during the team's walkthrough Friday morning, but denied...
Paul George hit seven 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 30 points, and the Indiana Pacers won in Dallas for the first time in eight years, beating the Mavericks 98-87 Friday night.
A lot has gone wrong for the Orlando Magic the last week of 10 days, but you'd never know by the way they played in a 102-94 victory over the hard-charging Cavaliers on Friday night in Amway Center.
The much-improved Pacers will shoot for a season-high fourth straight win Friday when they visit Big D to take on their former coach, Rick Carlisle, and the reigning NBA champion Mavericks.
Dwight Howard had 27 points and eight rebounds to lead the Orlando Magic to an 85-81 win over the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
The Cavaliers tried to mount another fourth-quarter charge, but Dwight Howard was solid from the stripe in the closing seconds, sending the Cavaliers to the 102-94 defeat on Friday night in Orlando. Alonzo Gee led the Wine and Gold with 20 points.