Found November 22, 2011 on
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Magic Masters is Orlando Magic Daily's attempt to recognize the best in Magic history. In this edition, we are trying to rank the best teams in Magic history. To see the full tournament bracket, visit the introduction page. Today, we continue the second round:
It is always tough to move on from the departure of a superstar. The Magic team that left the court in...
We’ve seen pictures of Dwight’s charity exhibition game, but now, the Orlando Sentinel brings us the moving images.
Orlando Magic employees will serve a Thanksgiving breakfast on Thursday at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, and coach Stan Van Gundy will grab the check.
Want to see a Dwight Howard dunk? A Jameer Nelson pass? A Gilbert Arenas 3-pointer?
Let’s be clear, the difference in your game is not the shoes you wear but how long you have spent in the gym perfecting the corner three and the midrange jumper and your rebounding technique. Athletic ability and work ethic matter most. That said, we kind of liked the new Adidas commercial. And there’s not…
adidas and Foot Locker debut a new commercial for the adiZero Crazy Light, featuring Dwight Howard and rapper Big Sean. The spot is called “The Difference,” and is set to Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$) Remix.” The adiZero Crazy Light is available now at Foot Locker’s online store.
Dwight Howard, Eric Gordon, Jrue Holiday and Big Sean help prove the difference between nothing and everything is 9.8 ounces. The spot showcases the difference made by the game-changing 9.8 ounce adiZero Crazy Light shoe on the court by showing basketball gyms, clubs and private jets going from “JV to VIP.” Set to Big Sean’s Dance (A$$) remix.
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Dwight Howard will not be playing in President Barack Obama's basketball-themed campaign fundraiser next month, after all.
Shaq, Penny fuel Magic rout of RocketsThe Magic's regular season was scheduled to continue tonight in San Antonio against Tim Duncan and the Spurs, but the lockout interrupted the party.
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Add Hall-of-Famer Magic Johnson, former NBA All-Star Steve Smith and current Boston Celtics standout Paul Pierce to the list of players that have agreed to play in the "Obama Classic Basketball Game." Take Dwight Howard off that same list.
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