Los Angeles Lakers | Magic Basketball - Part 13

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Sep 01

Fact or Fiction: J.J. Redick Will Become a Starter This Season

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Fact or Fiction presents both sides of key issues the Orlando Magic will face in the upcoming season. Statement J.J. Redick will be the starting shooting guard by the beginning of the playoffs. _______ Fact If J.J. Redick is starting for the Orlando Magic at the shooting guard position on the eve …

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Aug 31

Tuesday’s Magic Word

Ben Q. Rock of Orlando Pinstriped Post: “St. Martin is unrealistic to expect an NBA team convert 90 percent of its free throws, but he’s on the mark when he says that many games can come down to foul shots. The Orlando [Magic] organization knows that much all too well. Nick Anderson‘s four late misses …

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Aug 30

The Logic Behind Variable Pricing for Tickets

Photo by Chris Chambers/Getty Images Via Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel: The Orlando Magic are borrowing a page from the movie industry’s playbook. Just as it costs more to attend a Friday-night premiere than a Tuesday matinee, the Magic also will base their single-game ticket prices on demand this upcoming season. A ticket to …

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Aug 25

Wednesday’s Magic Word

John Krolik of ProBasketballTalk: “Bosh was the starting power forward on the worst defensive team in basketball last season, and that’s not a thrilling bullet point to have on one’s resume. Bosh hasn’t definitively proven that he’s a bad defender, but he sure hasn’t proven that he’s a good one. The best precedent for those hoping …

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Aug 19

Additional Commentary on Carmelo Anthony

Via John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com: After seeing what transpired in Miami this summer, of course anything can happen in the NBA. But acquiring superstars isn’t easy and to get one you usually must pay a heavy price. For example, for the [Orlando] Magic to pull off a blockbuster and acquire Anthony it would also mean …

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Aug 10

Tuesday’s Magic Word

Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel: “Orlando Magic players and coaches had better get their rest now, because NBA schedule makers gave the team a daunting dose of back-to-back games during the 2010-11 regular season. The Magic will play 20 pairs of back-to-backs, including 12 pairs in which Orlando will host the first game and then hit …

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Aug 10

Magic Basketball Mailbag, 8/10/10

Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images Here’s another installment of the Magic Basketball Mailbag. _______ Is this year “THE year” for Orlando to win it all? Won’t one season of gelling and next year’s mid-level exception make Miami unstoppable? It’s way too early to tell. There are too many variables involved. The Miami Heat could be …

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Aug 09

Let the Projections Begin

Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images Via Royce Webb and Matt Wong of ESPN.com: We kick off our third annual Summer Forecast series with the conference that has created so much commotion in the past few weeks. Since the Los Angeles Lakers completed their second straight championship run, the NBA has been all about the East, …

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Aug 09

For the Orlando Magic, It’s a Wait-and-See Approach

Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images Via Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel: The [Orlando] Magic have absolutely no shot at competing with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat. And neither does anybody else (except maybe the Lakers). That’s not me talking;  that’s Jeff Van Gundy, brother of Magic coach Stan Van Gundy. …

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Aug 06

Shaquille O’Neal Joins Another Conference Rival

Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images Via Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel: Shaquille O’Neal’s career should have had the perfect fairytale ending. He should be finishing his NBA career where he started it all those years ago — right here in Orlando, trying to help the Magic win that elusive championship. He could have gone …

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