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Borrego Breaks Down the Loss It’s not too often that a team loses by double digits when they shoot over 50% in a game, but that is exactly what happened to the Magic when they played the Pistons.
JB Shares His Memories of Shaq As a former assistant coach in the NBA James Borrego has seen all kinds of players, but never has he seen one like Shaquille O’Neal. JB took some time to reflect on Shaq’s
Detroit Downs the Magic 111-97 It was all about Shaq when the Orlando Magic took on the Detroit Pistons Friday night. The home team was honoring their former center as they inducted Shaq into the Magic Hall of Fame
Shaq Reflects on His Time with the Magic Selected as the #1 overall pick in the 1992 NBA Draft, Shaquille O’Neal made an impact from day 1 with the Orlando Magic. Along with all of his shattered backboards and
Gordon’s Energy is Providing a Spark Heading into the season Aaron Gordon was the rookie that had Magic fans talking, especially being the 4th overall pick in the NBA Draft. But things did not go as planned in his
ORLANDO MAGIC: HOW GOOD IS ELFRID PAYTON? On Sunday, Orlando Magic’s rookie point guard Elfrid Payton nearly recorded his third straight triple-double as he had 6 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assists. On Friday, it was his 22 point,
Payton Remains Humble After 2nd Triple-Double Over his last two games, Magic rookie Elfrid Payton has accomplished something that no other Magic player has ever been able to do…record back-to-back triple-doubles. Now despite his historical accomplishment, Payton has remained
Rookie of the Year Race is Heating Up As the NBA season winds down it’s now a three horse race for the Rookie of The Year award. The leaders for this year’s hardware include number one overall pick Andrew
JB: Payton’s Effort is Sparking the Team For the past two games Magic rookie Elfrid Payton has been the heart and soul of the team with his back-to-back triple-doubles. Not only did he help lead the Magic to victory,
Payton’s Triple-Double Propels the Magic In the first quarter Magic rookie Elfrid Payton picked up right where he left off in Dallas as he had 3 rebounds, 2 points, a steal, and an assist in the game’s first three minutes.