Found January 19, 2012 on Basketbawful:
The Orlando Magic's shootin' eye: Despite a 60-41 rebounding deficit, a 2-for-17 shooting performance from beyond the arc, and Dwight Howard's Animal Style Double-Double (24 points, 25 boards), the Spurs downed the Magic in OT. In Orlando. It was San Antonio's first road win of the season.[throws confetti]And Stan Van Grumpy wants to take the blame: "Our guys deserve to win with the effort they put out tonight. But I'm kind of disappointed in myself."Disappointed in himself? He must have had a quick peek through his closet.The real blame goes to his team's misquided shooting: 33 percent from the field and 4-for-21 from downtown.Von Wafer: It's hard to bust too hard on a role player, but everyone's favorite German sandwich cookie hit a driving layup with 16 seconds left in OT that pulled the Magic to within a point. He also got fouled on the shot...but bonked the ensuing freebie. So instead of the game being tied, Ryan Anderson had to foul Ri...
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