Courtney Lee | Magic Basketball - Part 4

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Jun 22

2009-2010 Draft Evaluation: Quincy Pondexter

Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images Synergy-fueled player evaluations, with the help of other metrics, are always fun. Today, Quincy Pondexter. 2009-2010 regular season Quincy Pondexter Games Played 36 Minutes Played 32.3 PPG 19.3 RPG 7.4 SPG 1.3 FG% .528 3P% .353 PER 29.25 projected PER 11.08

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 10

2009-2010 Player Evaluation: Ryan Anderson

Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images Synergy-fueled player evaluations, with the help of other metrics, are always fun. Today, the power forwards. 2009-2010 regular season Ryan Anderson Games Played 63 Minutes Played 14.4 adj. +/- +0.65 net +/- +1.8 statistical +/- +1.97 PER 18.1 WARP 2.7 Win Shares/48 .161

Jun 08

2009-2010 Player Evaluation: J.J. Redick

Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images Synergy-fueled player evaluations, with the help of other metrics, are always fun. Today, the shooting guards. 2009-2010 regular season J.J. Redick Games Played 82 Minutes Played 22.0 adj. +/- -9.19 net +/- -6.1 statistical +/- +0.99 PER 15.0 WARP 2.1 Win Shares/48 .173

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

Tuesday’s Magic Word

John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com: “In six years of time together, they have morphed from pups to the Orlando Magic’s unquestioned leaders – Dwight Howard being the heart of the franchise and Jameer Nelson representing its soul. Best friends off the court and co-captains on it, Howard and Nelson ensured that the Magic still have a heartbeat …

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May 23

Sunday’s Magic Word

Tania Ganguli of the Orlando Sentinel: “In 1989 after sweeping through the first three rounds of the NBA playoffs, the Los Angeles Lakers met the Detroit Pistons in the NBA Finals. But with Los Angeles’ Byron Scott and Magic Johnson out with hamstring injuries, the Bad Boy Pistons won the championship in a four-game sweep. That win avenged …

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