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Von Wafer will play the 2012-2013 season with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
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Former Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy has recently fired back at Magic CEO Alex Martins’ comments that Van Gundy “couldn’t relate to the players.”
Van Gundy told Mike Bianchi’s show on 740 AM:
“It’s a typical lack of understanding from someone who has no sports knowledge, who has never coached or played, who has never been in a lockeroom….it’s a naivete...
Former Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy was critical of the team that fired him, claiming during a radio interview that Magic CEO Alex Martins had no knowledge of the game. "It's a typical lack of understanding from someone who has no sports knowledge, who has never coached or played, who has never been in a lockeroom....it's a naivete," Van Gundy said on 740...
Ever since Rob Hennigan took over the Magic's general manager, he has spoken very clearly about his desire to establish a culture and a franchise that fans can be proud of and relate to. He wants to build something sustainable that will ultimately deliver a championship to Orlando.
It is admirable and it is absolutely what the Magic should do in the wake of the Dwight Howard...
There is only one word to describe the Orlando Magic season “drama”. The Magic fired coach Stan Van Gundy and parted ways with general manager Otis Smith. With Van Gundy being fired for a while now he is still taking shots at the Magic franchise.
Here is what Van Gundy had to stay on 740 The Game in Orlando. Most of his anger is towards Magice CEO Alex Martins...
It was only a matter of time before the outspoken Stan Van Gundy vented about his former employer… on a radio show appearance earlier Monday, Van Gundy fired some harsh criticism towards Orlando Magic CEO Alex Martins: “It’s a typical lack of understanding from someone who has no sports knowledge, who has never coached or [...]
Rebuilding is a dreaded word.
The Magic franchise is prepared for it. The fan base is still coming to grips with this. The Magic have not gone through an out and out rebuilding for a very long time. Perhaps, the Magic have never really been through rebuilding. After all, the Heart and Hustle team was a quick fix before the Tracy McGrady/Grant Hill free agency summer.
The Magic roster is, for all intents and purposes is complete. The Magic have 16 players on their roster right now. 16! That is one more player than the team is allowed to carry.
Someone is going to go. And the bigger problem is perhaps that the Magic are still trying to acquire players. Specifically, Orlando is looking for a third point guard to play behind Jameer Nelson and Ish...