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Highlight of the Week: Steph Curry sinks another half-court shot

To say Steph Curry is like a video game is unfair; he's better than a video game equivalent of an NBA star, because he's sinking half-court shots like they're free throws, as we saw again last night in the Golden State Warriors game versus Orlando.

Highlight of the Week: Durant's game-winner vs Orlando Magic

Oklahoma City Thunder's star player is once again sinking game-winners. Last night, Kevin Durant sniped a three-pointer with 0.5 seconds left in a tight battle versus the Orlando Magic.

Orlando Bloom may have taken a swing at Justin Bieber

Ibiza - Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom were both spending some time in Ibiza and both were spotted at Cipriani, a restaurant and bar, where a confrontation between the two reportedly took place.

Op-Ed: State of the Orlando Magic franchise going forward

Orlando - After a disappointing 23-59 campaign last season, the Magic made an attempt to rebuild with two top-ten picks in the 2014 NBA Draft. Orlando selected Aaron Gordon No.4 overall and took Alfrid Payton with the No.10 selection.

Miami Heat extends win streak to 27, aims to break NBA record

Miami Heat is unstoppable as LeBron James pumped 24 points to win over Orlando Magic, scoring 108-94 and edging closer to the L.A. Lakers historic 33-game winning streak.

NBA: LeBron James game-winner extends Heat win streak to 16

There's a reason why LeBron James is given the ball in the final seconds of a Miami Heat game. Once again, James scored a last-minute lay-up to give his team the 97-96 win over Orlando, extending Miami's franchise-record winning streak to 16 games.

Dwight Howard hosts his own Twitter roast

Ever the good sport, Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard mixed it up with some of his Twitter followers Wednesday night, hosting his own roast while rewarding the best digs with follows.

NBA: Dwight Howard headed to Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers have reached a four-team trade deal to acquire Orlando Magic All-Star center Dwight Howard. The trade also involves the Philadelphia 76ers and the Denver Nuggets.

NBA: Jackson declines Orlando Magic front office role

Orlando - After expressing interest in joining the Orlando Magic's front office, former NBA coach Phil Jackson, who won 6 championship rings with the Chicago Bulls, and 5 with the LA Lakers, has decided to bow out of talks.

NBA: Magic fire coach Stan Van Gundy, GM also gone

Orlando - The Associated Press is reporting that the Orlando Magic fired coach Stan Van Gundy Monday. General manager Otis Smith is also leaving the organization.

Orlando Magic prepare to finish season without Dwight Howard

According to NBA.com, Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy says he is preparing to coach his team without Dwight Howard for the rest of the regular season, and probably the playoffs.

NBA: Howard powers Magic past Raptors Special

Toronto - With all the speculation swirling around the NBA about whether Dwight Howard will be traded before this season’s trade deadline, the powerful centre looked unaffected in the pre-game shoot around moments before tipoff against the Toronto Raptors.

NBA: Spurs notch first road win of season, top Orlando in OT

Orlando - In their second game of a back-to-back on the road, the San Antonio Spurs came into Orlando with game-weary legs, and despite their winless road record this season, hung on for a hard-fought overtime victory, 85-83.

NBA: Rumors Swirling About Nash Being Moved

Phoenix - The 2011 NBA Draft is upon us, and the whirlwind of trade rumors is blowing as hard as ever. This time the focus in on potential Hall of Famer Steve Nash.

Shaquille O’Neal retires after 19 years in the NBA

Orlando - Shaquille O’Neal is known as one of the best big men to play the game in this day and age. His dominance was unmatchable and his ability to lead was superior. O’Neal played for six teams and left his mark on all of them.

NBA:Dwight Howard wins 3rd NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award

Orlando - Every year the NBA takes timeout in the middle of the playoffs to hand out some hardware to some deserving players. Some may be repeats, but some may be new stars that have stepped their game up significantly.

NBA: The Hawks get past Magic 81-84 to end series 4-2

Atlanta - With the way the Atlanta Hawks lost the last game in such blowout fashion people expected the Magic to be able to bounce back and at least win game six. The Hawks looked down in the last game, but like they say “there nothing like home.”

NBA: Orlando survives game five with a 101-76 win over Atlanta

Orlando - The Magic are on the brink of having their season ended early if the Hawks can win one of these last three games. The Magic survive one more game, and with their 101-76 dismantling of the Hawks, look like they are ready to bounce back and win the series.

NBA: Hawks beat Magic 88-85 after Hedo misses late 3-pointer

Atlanta - The Magic are struggling to score baskets, and their bench cannot outscore Jamal Crawford. Crawford has scored more points off the bench by his-self then the Magic’s bench combined. With Jason Richardson suspended for that game added some extra pressure

NBA: Hawks get big 3 from Crawford to get an 88-84 win

Atlanta - These two teams have some bad blood towards one another and tonight’s game seen it boil over. Orlando knocked Atlanta in the 2010 NBA Playoffs, but the Hawks are looking to knock them out this time around as they take a 2-1 game lead.

NBA: Magic even things up with an 88-82 win over Atlanta

Orlando - The Orlando Magic needed to win this game if they wanted to have a chance of winning this series. Dwight Howard had a great game scoring 46 points and grabbing 19 rebounds with Jameer Nelson adding 27 points while the rest of their team struggled.

NBA: Atlanta shocks Orlando and takes first game of series 103-93

Orlando - The Atlanta Hawks limped into the playoffs losing six games in a row, and only winning 1 of their last 7 games. Orlando on the other hand have been dealing with their superstar Dwight Howard and his technical suspensions.

NBA: Lakers handle Magic 97-84 for second straight win

Los Angeles - Kobe Bryant was a game time decision when it came to if he was going to play last night or not. Bryant rolled his ankle against Dallas, forcing him to leave the game early. Coach Jackson said shootaround was good and Bryant suited up against the Magic.

NBA: Magic knocks of Suns 111-88 without Nash, Frye

Phoenix - Steve Nash and Channing Frye sat out yesterday’s game against the Orlando Magic due to injuries, and the Suns missed its two-time MVP Nash and long range shooter in Frye. The Suns tried to hold their own but Dwight Howard was just too much in the paint.

NBA: Portland gets big win over Magic in Dwight Howard’s absence

Orlando - The Magic are led by Dwight Howard, and everyone knew with him out the Magic will struggle. They proved us wrong as they kept it close to the end. Howard’s name has been brought up in the MVP race, but this suspension may cost him.

NBA: Rose leads Bulls over Magic 89-81 to move up in the East

Orlando - The Bulls have been under the radar due to injuries with Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah, but they have bounce back to become the second best team in the East. The Magic on the other hand were rolling, but hit a bump when the meet up with the Bulls.

NBA: Magic rally from 24 down to beat the Heat 99-96

Miami - The Magic are now 4-0 since the Dwight Howard called out his teammates, and last night they got a big win against the Heat. The Heat is now on a two game losing streak and the media is throwing LeBron James under the bus for his late game missed.

NBA: Howard has big game to take down new look Knicks 116-110

Orlando - The Magic have had their problems of late and when they lost to the Sacramento Kings 111-105 on Feb. 23, Dwight Howard had something to say about it. He called out his teammates and since then they have won three in a row and Howard's been a leader.

NBA: Howard calls out team after disappointing 111-105 loss

Orlando made a deal in the middle of the first half of the season after Dwight Howard called out his team, and after this loss he did it again. The only difference this time is the trade deadline has passed and Orland didn't strike a deal.

NBA: Lakers fall to Magic, giving them first loss on road trip

Orlando - The Lakers have been rolling on this “Grammy road trip” going 4-0 so far, but the Lakers hit a snag when they came to Orlando. The Magic have been struggling of late going 3-3 in this month so far.
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Tobias Harris of the Orlando Magic drives to the basket against the Washington Wizards during the game on November 15, 2014 at Verizon Center in Washington, DC.
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