It has become a mini drama each game -- waiting to see if Al Harrington will make his Magic debut.
When Orlando acquired Harrington in the Dwight Howard deal, it was expected he would provide some veteran leadership and a stretch-4 that would enable the Magic to go small occassionally. Yes, the Magic knew they would have to wait after an infection following surgery prevented him from taking to the floor.
It has been a long time though. He has told Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel on one occassion that he can see "light at the end of the tunnel." Robbins has aptly described Harrington as the new toy in the box that the Magic have not been able to play with quite yet.
Yet, we are still waiting.
Harrington has been working hard behind the scenes to be ready to play. His jumper looks as smooth as ever and surely his conditioning is getting to a level where he can play.
For the first time on Friday, he was in uniform. O...