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Orlando Magic Daily:
From the opening tip it was clear the Suns were going to be a step behind.
The ball whipped around the perimeter quickly and always seemed to find Ryan Anderson open beyond the arc. When it got inside, Marcin Gortat, left on an island against Howard as he often was in practice when he was with the Magic, was defenseless against the Dwight Howard brute force.
Orlando was playing around with Phoenix for most of the game, so much so that the team pretty much took the fourth quarter off. At least offensively.
Howard was just too big for the Suns to deal with on offense. Phoenix's offense bogged down as Orlando clogged the lanes and kept Steve Nash from wreaking havoc.
The Magic were comfortable in this one, building a 22-point fourth quarter lead with crisp ball movement and ball reversals. Orlando had it clicking on just about all cylinders, showing how lethal the team can be on both ends of the floor. A late-game run and the turnover problem were all that could rain on the...
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MIAMI -- When Grant Hill showed up in Phoenix in 2007, he thought he would play two more years and retire.
So much for that plan.
Hill, 39, is in his fifth season with the Suns. And the small forward said before Tuesday's game against Miami at AmericanAmerican Arena he plans to be back next season for another one.
"I definitely think I can go another year, maybe two,...
It’s tough to pay much attention to the Suns right now. They’re not the same run and gun squad they used to be. It’s just not as fun. Though I do think that Steve Nash should get credit for having what might be the best season of any player over the age of 35 ever. And he happens to be 38, yes 38!
I don’t know what kind of steroids he started taking about 6 years...
The Phoenix Suns are struggling in the midst of a heavy stretch of road games while trying to stay in playoff contention.
The Suns will try to get their first win on this four-game trip against Eastern Conference opponents when they visit the Indiana Pacers on Friday night.
Phoenix climbed back into the postseason race by winning 11 of 14, but it opened this trek with losses on...
We all know that Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash is one wild and crazy guy but it seems that after he retires from the NBA, he has a new career path in mind.Check out the below picture shot by former teammate Boris Diaw for Nike which features Nash juggling a soccer ball:(Courtesy of Tweets Center)
Tune into Sun Sports at 7 p.m. to watch the Miami Heat take on the Phoenix Suns. NBA Heat territory.
By taking advantage of a portion of their schedule loaded with home games, the Phoenix Suns have crept into the Western Conference playoff picture.
Their next 3 12 weeks are filled with road contests, and that stretch begins Tuesday night in one of the NBA's toughest arenas...
Tune into Sun Sports at 6:30 p.m. to watch the Orlando Magic take on the Phoenix Suns. NBA Magic territory.
Despite Orlando's solid standing in the Eastern Conference, more performances like their latest will leave the Magic wondering if they can be a legitimate NBA title contender.
The Magic look to bounce back from one of their worst losses of the season and continue their...
By Chris Tomasson
MIAMI - When LeBron James was growing up and Grant Hill played at Duke, James wasn't a fan.
"No one liked Duke," James said.
But after Hill entered the NBA in 1994 and joined the Detroit Pistons, it became much cooler in his Akron, Ohio, neighborhood to dig him. And James went all out.
"I had his shoes when I was younger...
MIAMI, March 20—The Miami Heat just don’t lose at home. Think that statement is wrong? After coming from behind in the fourth and going on a 17-0 run, they took out the Phoenix Suns 99-95
Out of the “Big 3,” it was once again Chris Bosh that anchored the team. His 29 points lead the group, followed by LeBron James’ 20 and Dwyane Wade’s 19. Udonis Haslem’s 15 was the...