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Orlando Magic Daily:
The Magic are six games into their season and the results are quite mixed. In the first episode of the Orlando Magic Daily Podcast, I review how the Magic are doing in the early going.
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An Orlando Magic cheerleader was hurt tonight after landing on her face during an intermission accident. According to New York Daily News reporter Frank Isola, “Thankfully, the girl waved as she was wheeled off the court. (Better yet, she gave Berman of the Post the finger).” As you can see, paramedics took care of the poor woman. Filed under: Basketball
Most of the time, NBA cheerleaders aren't exactly in harm's way but during last night's Magic/Knicks affair, one cheerleader was injured during a freak accident.During a routine, she loses her balance on top of her male partner and falls backwards onto the hardwood floor:After the fall, she was treated by paramedics and taken to a local Orlando hospital. Below is a video...
An Orlando Magic cheerleader took a spill during a timeout Tuesday during the Knicks-Magic game. The first video shows her fall. The second shows her waving to the crowd as she was taken off the floor on a stretcher. There has been no update of her condition.
Sports fans have unfortunately become all-too used to seeing players carted off the field on stretchers over the years. But a cheerleader being whisked away? This might be a first.
During a Orlando Magic game against the visiting Knicks, cheerleader Jamie Woode fell on her head on the court while attempting a trick, and had to be taken to a local hospital. The incident caused a delay...
During a timeout at the Orlando Magic’s game versus the New York Knicks on Tuesday, an Orlando Magic cheerleader took a bad spill and fell awkwardly on her head and neck. The cheerleader was being tossed onto a male cheerleader’s shoulders when she lost her footing and fell backwards.
The fall was a pretty bad one, and she had to be stretchered off the court. She gave the fans...
An Orlando Magic performer was injured after she fell on her head during a routine at a home game against the New York Knicks. Jamie Woode, a member of the Magic stunt team, fell off her teammate's shoulders and hit her head on the court.
(ORLANDO, Fla.) The Orlando Magic and FOX Sports Florida are teaming up to host a Social Media Night on Tuesday, November 13 when the Magic face the New York Knicks at Amway Center.
Highlights of Social Media Night Include:
Fans will have the opportunity during the game, through the use of a Twitter hashtag, tweetmagic to have their questions answered either on-air or through...
Of course, it is entirely too early to make any long-term conclusions concerning the Magic. It has been only five regular season games after all -- and a variety of injuries have kept Orlando from seeing its full roster on display.
The truth is, there is still a ton of mystery about who this Magic team, what they are capable of and who they will become later as the season goes...
(3-2) Nets 84 (2-4) Magic 74 The Nets were facing the Orlando Magic on the second half on a home and home Sunday afternoon. The Nets got the win, but it wasn't nearly as pretty as the win was on Friday night in Orlando.The Nets started out very hot from the field as they scored [...]
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points, and J.R. Smith and Raymond Felton each added 21 as the New York Knicks held off the Orlando Magic 99-89 Tuesday night to improve to 5-0.
The victory extended New York's NBA-best start. The Knicks have won their first five games for the first time since opening the 1993-94 season 7-0 before reaching the NBA finals.
Orlando was very much in a race against Brooklyn. Time was not on its side after digging a 22-point deficit in the first quarter and looking like a Friday repeat was on the way. Brook Lopez, Kris Humphries and Reggie Evans dominated the offensive glass, getting the Nets plenty of extra possessions to build the lead.
The Magic were not going to lay down again. They were not going...
(4-0) vs. (2-4)
Time/TV: 7 p.m./FSFlorida
Line: Knicks by 7
Tickets: $23-$215 on Vivid Seats
Season Series: Tonight in Orlando; Jan. 5 in Orlando; Jan. 30 in New York City; March 20 in New York City