Carmelo Anthony expects to return to the New York Knicks' lineup Wednesday night against the Orlando Magic.
THE FACTS: For whatever reason, Tyler Hansbrough comes to life as a starter. Gerald Green just wants to play. The two combined for 29 points as Indiana won its second blowout in two nights, dominating Orlando 95-73 Tuesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Show More Summary
Paul George scored 19 points and Tyler Hansbrough had 14 points and 14 rebounds, leading the Indiana Pacers to a 95-73 rout of the struggling Orlando Magic on Tuesday night. The Pacers improved to 27-8 at home despite playing without second-leading scorer David West because of a sprained lower back. Maurice Harkless and Arron Afflalo each had [...]
Indiana Pacers forward David West will not play Tuesday night against the Orlando Magic because of a sprained lower back.
The New York Knicks are finally back in the win column and need some momentum now that they're finally back home. Fortunately, they have already defeated the Orlando Magic three times this season, and a win on Wednesday would mean a season series sweep. Show More Summary
The Bucks guard caught fire.
Coming off of a season-high 39 points in a massive comeback win over the Orlando Magic, Monta Ellis probably wishes the Milwaukee Bucks had to decide how much he's worth right now. Unfortunately for Ellis, the Bucks have some time to decide how much to pay him if he opts out of his contract at season's end. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: Monta Ellis had a performance to remember, scoring 25 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Milwaukee Bucks to a 115-109 victory over the Orlando Magic Sunday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
The struggling Orlando Magic made the difficult road trip to Oklahoma City to take on the Northwest division-leading Thunder on Friday night. The Thunder entered the game fresh off of a 110-87 blowout win over the Utah Jazz. The Magic were coming off of a disappointing 106-97 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: A laugher turned nail-biter in Oklahoma City as the Thunder let a 27-point first half lead melt all the way down to just four late before surging to beat the Orlando Magic 117-104.
The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Orlando Magic 106-97 Tuesday in Dwight Howard’s first return to Orlando since being traded to the Lakers this past offseason. Howard scored a season-high 39 points and added 16 rebounds in the win. Dwight Howard made 16-of-20 free throws in the second half to hold off his former team. [...]Show More Summary
The Orlando Magic have struggled mightily following the departure of Dwight Howard. D12’s 39-point outburst against his former team was a rude reminder of their successful past. Nevertheless, fans can take solace in the fact that Orlando is following the Oklahoma City Thunder’s blueprint to rebuild. Show More Summary
When the Orlando Magic shipped Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers without getting Andrew Bynum in return, it didn't seem like a very smart move. Well, with all that's happened since that four-team August deal, it turns out the Magic knew what they were doing. Show More Summary
I’ll preface this rant/whiny hissy fit by saying that I know that people have complained in the past that I write about the Orlando Magic too much, and a lot [...] The post Dwight Howard Left Orlando Again appeared first on With Leather.
Because the bad guys always win and karma is just a fanciful idea, Dwight Howard returned to Orlando on Tuesday to give Magic fans a bunch of noogies —and he laughed manically while doing it. Howard has spent most of the season just standing around while watching Kobe Bryant play basketball. Show More Summary
"She liked me last night!"
Dwight Howard returned to Orlando for the first time since signing with the Lakers on Tuesday night and scored a season-high 39 points. But perhaps the best moment of Howard's night came when he slammed down a dunk and then blew a kiss to Orlando fans who were booing him all night long. Show More Summary
At long last, Dwight Howard is becoming the dominant presence in the middle that the Los Angeles Lakers thought they were getting following last summer's blockbuster trade. In the team's game against the Orlando Magic on March 12, the...Show More Summary
Naturally, Dwight Howard's season-high 39 points came in his only visit to Orlando this season, a 106-97 Lakers victory. Serenaded by boos and greeted by signs ("Dwight Coward" was a personal favorite), Howard returned the love after this slam, wholly set up by Steve Nash drawing two defenders. Show More Summary
Dwight Howard emerged from the Amway Center with both a victory over the Orlando Magic and some fresh new perspective on the Los Angeles Lakers in hand. Though the prevailing theme in the Lakers’ latest travels was Howard’s return to Orlando, something much greater can be taken away from this: Dwight and Kobe Bryant are [...]