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Jul 02

What About Brandon Bass?

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images Via George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel: What happens if the [Orlando] Magic trade Marcin Gortat, presumably to get an upgrade at power forward and move Rashard Lewis to small forward? Who the heck is going to be the Magic backup center? It’s not going to be Daniel …

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Jun 28

Monday’s Magic Word

Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel: “Compared to LeBron’s trumpeted grand plan, Shaquille O’Neal slipped away from the Orlando Magic in 1996 as if he merely had been transferred by the home office to another job in Los Angeles. Trust me, kids, Shaq’s move to the Lakers was a huge deal in Orlando — just not as noisy from …

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Jun 13

Sunday’s Magic Word

Dan Savage of OrlandoMagic.com: “While [Marcin] Gortat may be the most intimidating member of his teammates in the ring – his sheer size makes him resemble Rocky IV’s Ivan Drago whenever he swings away at a sparring partner – he’s not the only [Orlando] Magic player involved in stepping between the ropes. Rogowski routinely brings …

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Jun 02

Wednesday’s Magic Word

George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel: “Prepped by the [Orlando] Magic PR staff not to react angrily when approached for comment before tipoff Friday, [Dwight] Howard didn’t say a disparaging word. But later in the night, after the Magic were eliminated, he asked a reporter for the whereabouts of Borges. Howard couldn’t locate him, but …

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Jun 01

Tuesday’s Magic Word

John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com: “[J.J.] Redick just enjoyed the best season of his four-year NBA career and proved himself in the playoffs to be a clutch, gritty competitor. He torched the Celtics for 12- and 14-point games in the [Orlando] Magic’s two wins in the East Finals, showing off his growth as a player and guts …

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May 28

Friday’s Magic Word

Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel: ” ‘Ridiculous.’ That’s the word Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy used to describe a Boston Herald column in which Ron Borges labeled Dwight Howard as ‘a cheap-shot artist’ and advocated that the Boston Celtics attempt to impose ‘frontier justice’ on Howard in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals tonight.” George Diaz of …

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May 25

Adonal Foyle to be Inducted Into CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame®

Via the Orlando Magic: Former Academic All-America® basketball standout Adonal Foyle, ’99 of Colgate University, joins a pair of former Academic All-America® football selections, Dr. James Kovach, ’78 of the University of Kentucky and Dewey Selmon, ’76 of the University of Oklahoma, and Connecticut College rowing star Anita DeFrantz, ‘74 as this year’s inductees into …

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Apr 14

NBA’s Dwight Howard Launches Dwight Howard Fund; Challenges Fans to Give Back

Via the Orlando Magic: Dwight Howard, 2009 NBA Defensive Player of the Year and 4-time winner of the Rich and Helen DeVos Community Enrichment Award, is proud to launch his Dwight Howard Fund with the mission to help at-risk youths around the world. The “Dwight Howard Fund” (DHF) was kicked off by the NBA player …

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Apr 12

Dwight Howard to Make Announcement at Adonal Foyle’s Charity Gala Dinner & Caribbean Fête

Via the Orlando Magic: WHO: Adonal Foyle is a native of St. Vincent & the Grenadines, professional basketball player and inductee into the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame in 2009. Dwight Howard was the number one draft pick in the NBA in 2004 selected by the Orlando Magic, winner of the 2009-10 Rich and …

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Mar 31

Wednesday’s Magic Word

Adonal Foyle gives the Magic State of the Union address: “I’m here to report that with respect to the Orlando Magic team, the state of our union is strong. The team has been performing at an absolutely wonderful pace – obviously demonstrated by our victories. And the emergence of Vince [Carter] as the force we …

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