The Boston Celtics welcomed back stars Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce on Saturday night when they traveled to Florida to take on the Orlando Magic. Having lost their last two, the Celtics were desperate to get a win here and ensure their seeding for the upcoming playoffs was as high as possible. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: The Boston Celtics clinched the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs by trouncing the Orlando Magic 120-88 Saturday.
In a clash between Eastern Conference foes, the Boston Celtics dominated the Orlando Magic en route to a 120-88 win. Seven Celtics scored in double figures, and Boston held the Magic to 42.2 percent shooting from the floor. Boston now moves to 41-39, while Orlando sits at 20-60. Show More Summary
A night after resting starters Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, Celtics coach Doc Rivers says that both will be in the starting lineup against the Orlando Magic.
Stay tuned here for live commentary on Boston Celtics at Orlando Magic contest, which will be televised on CSNN in the Boston area and FSN Florida in central Florida. It begins at 7 p.m. ET and can be watched around the country on NBA League Pass. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Boston Celtics continue their trip through Florida with a matchup against the Orlando Magic. The game features two teams heading in very different directions as the regular season comes to a close next week. The Celtics are in aShow More Summary
Tobias Harris and Nikola Vucevic went off against the Bucks. John Henson had a game for Milwaukee, too.
THE FACTS: Former Bucks Tobias Harris and Doron Lamb combined for nine points in overtime for their new team, as the Orlando Magic broke a five-game losing streak with a 113-103 victory over Milwaukee Wednesday.
Thanks in large part to an abundance of injuries, the Milwaukee Bucks' frontcourt lacked a lot of depth going into Wednesday night's game against Orlando. That lack of depth, however, resulted in one of the greatest performances by a Bucks player this season. Show More Summary
Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings will miss the second half of Wednesday's game against the Orlando Magic after sustaining an Achilles injury, according to John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com. Denton tweeted on Wednesday: Jennings...Show More Summary
So March Madness has come to an end. Hours upon hours of basketball have been watched, brackets have been busted and history has been made. Louisville and Michigan played a terrific championship game with the Cardinals emerging victorious. Show More Summary
It's a decision that small-market teams hate to face, but it is often an unfortunate reality. With teams like the Denver Nuggets and Orlando Magic being unable to hold on to one superstar, the Minnesota Timberwolves may be forced to decide which of their two rising stars deserves the most attention. Show More Summary
The Orlando Magic are tanking hard for that worst record in the NBA, as they are now just a half game better than the Charlotte Bobcats in the standings after a 91-85 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday. The Magic have lost five...Show More Summary
THE FACTS: Small forward Alonzo Gee scored 19 points and power forward Tristan Thompson collected 15 points, 16 rebounds and three blocked shots as the Cleveland Cavaliers rallied for a 91-85 victory over the Orlando Magic. All-StarShow More Summary
The Orlando Magic may have won less than a quarter of their games in the 2012-13 NBA season, but for a team with so few wins, there are many reasons Magic fans are optimistic that Rob Hennigan can rebuild this team into a contender.Show More Summary
The Orlando Magic entered Friday night's battle with Chicago as losers of 11 of their last 12, while the Bulls, who had won five of seven, still had a top-four spot in the East to play for. A blowout was expected, but it was hardly what we got. Let's take a look at what went down at the United Center. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
In what was nothing short of a defensive slugfest, the Chicago Bulls outlasted the Orlando Magic by a score of 87-86. Nate Robinson led the charge with 19 points, thus leading an effort which overcame the injury absence of Joakim Noah. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: Nate Robinson and Luol Deng each scored 19 points, with Robinson getting 12 in the fourth quarter, to lead the Bulls to an oddly intense 87-86 win over the Orlando Magic Friday in Chicago. Robinson's final basket with 3:50 left gave the Bulls an 87-78 lead but the Magic came back just to fall one point short. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls remained short-handed Friday against the Orlando Magic, with five key players again missing from the rotation.
In an Eastern Conference showdown, the Chicago Bulls will host the Orlando Magic. This is the third of four regular-season games between the teams in 2012-13. So how will it all transpire? The Bulls enter this game at 41-33, thus resting at fifth in the Eastern Conference. Show More Summary