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Jun 14

2010-2011 Player Evaluation: Jason Richardson

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images 2010-2011 regular season Jason Richardson Games Played 55 Minutes Played 34.9 adj. +/- -5.14 net +/- +2.2 statistical +/- +2.29 PER 13.2 WARP 6.4 Win Shares/48 .126

Jun 07

2010-2011 Player Evaluation: Jameer Nelson

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images North America 2010-2011 regular season Jameer Nelson Games Played 76 Minutes Played 30.5 adj. +/- -3.54 net +/- +2.1 statistical +/- +2.20 PER 15.4 WARP 5.6 Win Shares/48 .137

May 12

3-on-3 roundtable: The past, present, and future of the Orlando Magic

Photo by Handout/Getty Images It’s May and the Orlando Magic aren’t playing basketball right now. Weird. The last time the Magic weren’t playing basketball in May was in 2007 when they were swept by the Detroit Pistons in the first round, which was Brian Hill’s final year as the head coach. Once head coach Stan …

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May 10

Dwight Howard’s future under the microscope

Via Ken Berger of CBSSports.com: Of the teams [Dwight] Howard is likely to consider when exercising his early-termination option after next season — sources say the Lakers, Knicks and Nets are the strong favorites — L.A. is the one with the most attractive trade assets. The massive contracts attached to the Lakers’ most desirable players …

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May 09

Orlando’s Dwight Howard headlines 2010-11 NBA All-Defensive First Team

Via the Orlando Magic: Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard, winner of the last three Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Awards, headlines the NBA All-Defensive First Team, the NBA announced today. Howard totaled 56 points overall, including 27 First Team votes. Howard earned the 2010-11 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award, becoming …

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Apr 22

Dwight Howard lacking hype and a rival

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images If there is one thing we know about Stan Van Gundy, it’s that he’s a pretty quiet guy, reticent to speak his mind to the media, and wholly above speaking publicly in any way that might ruffle fans’ or players’ feathers. That’s why we can be certain that …

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Apr 13

The awards ballot

Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images With the regular season winding down and the postseason just a mere six days away, I figured I’d do what other writers have been doing lately — reveal my awards ballot. I know that I’m not a member of the Pro Basketball Writers Association, which means I …

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Mar 23

Linking the NCAA Tournament and NBA together, Part III

Photo by Flickr/mcdonaldsallamericangames In Part I, we discussed the idea of teams drafting winners. Part II looked at the teams who drafted winners, and how the players performed in the NBA. Part III will explore two different one-and-done scenarios, and the NCAA Tournament history of players on top NBA teams. We will also see the …

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Mar 23

Sneak Preview: Orlando Magic at New York Knicks

George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel: “Nothing against [Gilbert] Arenas personally, but he is damaged goods. He’s been trying to play on creaky damaged knees for three years, and there obviously appears to be no miracle cure short of Santeria to make Gilbert all better. But enough shots at Arenas. I am here to defend Nelson. The …

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Feb 12

Recap: New Orleans Hornets 99, Orlando Magic 93

BOX SCORE The New Orleans Hornets were able to defeat the Orlando Magic by the score of 99-93 in an odd game where the leading scorer was, wait for it, Willie Green with 24 points. Ultimately, the deciding factor in the loss for the Magic was an inability to execute in late-game situations. Orlando had …

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