Found December 18, 2011 on
MIAMI — The Orlando Magic face a critical deadline regarding their 2010 first-round draft pick, center Daniel Orton.
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Hedo Turkoglu left Orlando once before. He doesn't want to do it again.
Turkoglu's name has surfaced in a possible trade alongside Magic center Dwight Howard, who has asked to be dealt. The thinking is Magic officials might not mind ridding themselves of Turkoglu, possibly to New Jersey, to shed a contract that has three years and 34 million remaining on it.
MIAMI Their big man has one foot out the door. One player called Sunday night's loss to the Heat "ridiculous."
But don't despair, Orlando fans. At least that's the word from that big man, Dwight Howard.
"There's no need for anybody, Magic fans or whatever, to just stress about the first game," Howard said after his team's 118-85 wipeout...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orlando Magic guard Von Wafer learned toughness on a concrete basketball court in a most unusual...
Dwight Howard addresses the media in Orlando the other day buy signing to them.. Dwight seams to be frustrated by the questioning of him leaving, should be a fun year for the Orlando media.-TO
Shaq-father Speaks: Show Dwight Howard A Little Bit More Respect
Dwight Howard to Lakers Promo
ORLANDO, FLA. (AP) - The Orlando Magic open preseason play Sunday in Miami, but their fan base is already trying to show Dwight Howard how much they don't want him to leave town.About 9,000 fans went through the doors Saturday morning at Amway Center for free seats to an open ...
After one game --- a meaningless preseason game at that --- Stan Van Gundy bristled at the question that's not going away.
The fact that Gilbert Arenas is still a free agent says a lot about the direction the NBA is headed. No longer does talent alone guarantee you a spot amongst the NBA’s elite – just ask Allen Iverson. So after clearing waivers, Arenas waits in limbo until a team brave enough takes a chance on [...]
It wasn’t too long ago that Orlando/Miami was a big Eastern Conference tilt. Now, it’s simply a mismatch. With Dwight Howard (2-for-9, five points, six rebounds) going through the motions somewhat – let’s hope this doesn’t become a habit this season – the Heat toyed with Orlando for a while and then blew them away [...]