Earl Clark Slowly Making A Name For Himself | Magic Basketball - Part 11

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Feb 16

Earl Clark slowly making a name for himself

As seen on Hoopdata. As the Orlando Magic continue their up-and-down season, especially after two blockbuster trades on December 18 that brought aboard well-known players like Gilbert Arenas, Jason Richardson, and Hedo Turkoglu, another player acquired in the deals is slowly making a name for himself. His name? Earl Clark. Long compared to Lamar Odom …

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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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Feb 11

Friday’s Magic Word

Zach McCann of the Orlando Sentinel: “The relationship between a coach and an NBA superstar is not a simple one. The coach, by definition, is supposed to be the authority, the loudest voice in the organization and a leader to the team. But in many NBA cities, where a larger-than-life superstar plays basketball, the team’s …

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Feb 10

Thursday’s Magic Word

Zach McCann of the Orlando Sentinel: “#FreeEarlClark. That’s the hashtag that’s taken over Twitter, blog comments, message boards and live chats since the Orlando Magic’s game against the Cavaliers on Dec. 28, when [Earl] Clark scored 12 points and showed Magic fans there might be some potential in the mostly forgotten piece of Orlando’s blockbuster trade with Phoenix. There’s always …

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Feb 10

A steady descent for the Orlando Magic

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images It was January 9. The Orlando Magic just got done beating the Dallas Mavericks the night before to extend their winning streak to nine games — tying a franchise record. The Magic’s record was 25-12, third in the Eastern Conference, and they were within striking distance of the Miami Heat …

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Feb 09

Recap: Orlando Magic 101, Los Angeles Clippers 85

BOX SCORE The Orlando Magic were able to defeat the Los Angeles Clippers by the score of 101-85 in a game that was unbearable to watch, at times, but got more enjoyable as things progressed. The Magic were led by a balanced attack, with six players scoring in double-figures. Dwight Howard finished with 22 points, …

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Feb 07

Monday’s Magic Word

John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com: “Delighted to be off losing teams and vaulted into the chase for a championship, Hedo Turkoglu and Gilbert Arenas initially played well in the afterglow of the Orlando Magic’s blockbuster trades back on Dec. 18. But in the weeks since, that glow has faded, the NBA’s dog days have hit and the …

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Feb 06

Recap: Boston Celtics 91, Orlando Magic 80

BOX SCORE The Boston Celtics were able to defeat the Orlando Magic by the score of 91-80, further proving the notion that there’s a team from the state of Florida that doesn’t deserve to be considered an elite team and championship contender. And it’s not the Miami Heat. Buoyed by Rajon Rondo’s excellent play and …

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Feb 04

Recap: Miami Heat 104, Orlando Magic 100

Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images BOX SCORE In a battle between two titans from the state of Florida, the Miami Heat were able to defeat the Orlando Magic by the score of 104-100. This was a game in which the Heat led from start to finish, but not without some theatrics in between. Miami led …

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Feb 03

Interview with Surya Fernandez of NBA FanHouse

Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Later tonight, the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat will square off in a game that has a chance to be special. Or not. Right now, the Magic are a team struggling to right the ship. Brandon Bass, the starting power forward for Orlando, is sidelined for the foreseeable future and …

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