It won't much matter whom the Orlando Magic bring in to replace outgoing general manager Otis Smith and head coach Stan Van Gundy. That is, unless those (somewhat unfortunate) men brought in by owner Rich DeVos and CEO Alex Martins have a new, more useful answer to the same question that's been hanging like a dark cloud over central Florida all season: What do we do with Dwight Howard? According to ESPN NBA Insider Marc Stein, the Magic have already considered former Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks GM Donnie Walsh to the same post in Orlando, where he would serve as a mentor of sorts to Adonal Foyle, the team's current director of player development.
WKMG in Orlando is reporting that Dwight Howard called up owner Rich DeVos during Friday's game against the Hawks, and told him he won't play as long as Stan Van Gundy is coaching. Howard has already missed six games with a back inj... Read Post
In an NBA postseason full of surprises, the news that the Orlando Magic have cut ties with head coach Stan Van Gundy was about as predictable as a Tim Duncan bank shot. Magic CEO Alex Martins announced Monday that Van Gundy has been... Read Post
The Orlando Magic have finally made the long-anticipated move to fire head coach Stan Van Gundy and part ways with general manager Otis Smith. According to an NBA.com press release, Magic CEO Alex Martins announced today that the tw... Read Post