The blood-letting in Orlando has officially begun for the Magic. The team announced Monday that it had fired head coach Stan Van Gundy and general manager Otis Smith agreed to leave the franchise.
After a day that saw the Dwight Howard saga turned ugly for the Orlando Magic; Howard pivoted early Thursday morning and told the team that he would stay with the team through next season.
The Orlando Magic still can’t figure out what to do with All-Star center Dwight Howard, who must think the team is either really stupid, or not committed to winning.
Business may be about to pick up in a big way for the Orlando Magic and center Dwight Howard.
The Orlando Magic has the biggest trade asset in the NBA in center Dwight Howard. But to acquire him, it’s going to cost a lot in both talent and money, and it may not happen anytime soon.
He’s known as Superman on the court, but center Dwight Howard may be beginning to think the Orlando Magic are his kryptonite.
The Orlando Magic has been down this road before. A superstar center wants to get out of Orlando and the team has to decide whether to trade him or squat on his rights and get nothing at the end of the season.
Miami-Dade County honored its police officers who are serving or have served in the military Wednesday. The event came complete with an irony of Shakespearean proportions.