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    Orlando 112 Washington 83

    Dwight Howard 23 points and 10 rebounds while Vince Carter added 18 points and Jameer Nelson had 16 points.

    The Orlando Magic will face the Miami HEAT next.
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    Orlando 112 Washington 83

    Dwight Howard 23 points and 10 rebounds while Vince Carter added 18 points and Jameer Nelson had 16 points.

    The Orlando Magic will face the Miami HEAT


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    All the GMs, experts, etc. are all seemingly sleeping on the Magic as contenders to win the NBA championship.

    Its an extremely long season but given their preseason performance and one game they look phenomenal. We'll see how this keeps up, they looked dominant last year during preseason and during certain stretches of the year but they couldn't consistently play at the highest level.

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    The Orlando Magic lost against their South-East Division rivals, the Miami HEAT 96-70. The Magic were out-rebounded 51-40. Dwight Howard had 19 points and 7 rebounds for the Magic.
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    Magic-Knicks postponed for MSG safety concerns

    By BRIAN MAHONEY, AP Basketball Writer 5 hours, 57 minutes ago





    NEW YORK (AP)—The Orlando Magic-New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden was postponed Tuesday because of safety concerns after debris fell into the arena during overnight cleaning of asbestos-related materials.
    Saying it was using “an abundance of caution,” MSG released a statement saying it consulted with the NBA and decided to postpone the game, and wouldn’t reopen the building until it was assured the arena was safe.
    A spokesman for New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection, Farrell Sklerov, said the agency’s inspectors were on the scene and had determined that no asbestos had been released.


    Garden officials, he said, apparently became concerned after two air quality monitoring stations set up in the arena seating area were triggered while a crew was clearing debris from the building’s attic.
    Subsequent testing, however, revealed that the dust particles that set off the alarm didn’t contain asbestos fibers. The material is only dangerous if it is damaged, produces airborne dust and is inhaled.
    The work was done by maintenance staff in the attic above the ceiling following the New York Rangers’ game and prevented workers from laying down the Knicks’ hardwood floor. The ice surface was still down as of Tuesday afternoon.
    In its statement, MSG said it would work with the city and independent experts ATC Associates and GCI Environmental Advisory to determine the next steps.
    “As the safety of our customers and employees are our top priority, we will not reopen the Garden until we are absolutely assured the arena is safe,” the statement said.
    ATC and GCI did not immediately respond to messages left by The Associated Press.
    No makeup date for the Magic-Knicks game has been announced. MSG said it would provide information about future events once they have been determined. The Knicks are scheduled to play at home against Washington on Friday. The arena will host Roger Waters: The Wall Live on Saturday, and the Knicks and Rangers will play a doubleheader Sunday.
    Should the arena remain closed for a lengthy period, the Knicks might have to look elsewhere to play temporarily. The Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., could be considered now that the New Jersey Nets have moved their home games to the Prudential Center in Newark.
    Opened in February 1968 and known as “Garden IV,” the Garden is in the early stages of a renovation that began last summer. It’s expected to cost between $775 and $850 million, with extensive work slated for the summers of 2011 and 2012.
    It’s the second recent arena-related postponement for the Magic. The exhibition game against Miami that was scheduled for the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla., was canceled because of slippery court conditions after arena officials said an oil-based cleaning solution was mistakenly applied.
    The Knicks told ticket holders to retain their tickets and to check the team’s website, www.nyknicks.com, for rescheduling information.
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    The Orlando Magic had overpowered the Minnesota Timberwolves 128-86.

    Dwight Howard had 18 points, 16 rebounds and 8 blocks in 23 minutes of play.

    The Magic also had 6 other players in double figures scoring.

    Carter 20 points
    Lewis 11 points
    Anderson 19 points
    Bass 19 points 8 rebounds
    Gortat 12 points
    Redick 10 points
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    The Orlando Magic had overpowered the Minnesota Timberwolves 128-86.

    Dwight Howard had 18 points, 16 rebounds and 8 blocks in 23 minutes of play.

    The Magic also had 6 other players in double figures scoring.

    Carter 20 points
    Lewis 11 points
    Anderson 19 points
    Bass 19 points 8 rebounds
    Gortat 12 points
    Redick 10 points

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    So far, forward Ryan Anderson is playing well as a starter at the power-forward slot alongside center Dwight Howard.

    Anderson has improved his mid-range shooting as well as his mobility really complements Howard.
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    So far, forward Ryan Anderson is playing well as a starter at the power-forward slot alongside center Dwight Howard.

    Anderson has improved his mid-range shooting as well as his mobility really complements Howard.
    Only 4 rebounds in 7 minutes for Ryan Anderson tonight where the Magic beat the New Jersey Nets 105-90. Dwight Howard had 30 points and 16 rebounds as well as a block.
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    Starting point guard Jameer Nelson will miss tomorrow's game against the Atlanta Hawks due to a sprained left ankle. Nelson is also questionable to play on Wednesday against the Utah Jazz. But Nelson is expected to play against the Toronto Raptors in Friday.

    Meanwhile, shooting guard Vince Carter is confirmed to play and start against the Atlanta Hawks despite a sore hip.
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    The Orlando Magic winning a close game against their South East Division rivals, the Atlanta Hawks 91-89. Dwight Howard scores 27 points and hauled down 11 rebounds. Vince Carter and JJ Redick were the other Magic players in double figures as Carter scores 19 points despite a sore hip. While Redick came off the bench to score 11 points.
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    Raptors surprise Magic to end 6-game skid






    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)—Sonny Weems(notes) made a 3-pointer with 7.1 seconds left and the Toronto Raptors hit four free throws from there to snap a six-game losing streak by beating the Orlando Magic 110-106 on Friday night.
    Andrea Bargnani(notes) led the Raptors with 27 points, but it was Weems and DeMar DeRozan(notes) who made the key plays that ended Toronto’s skid.
    With the score tied at 103, Weems nailed a 3 over the outstretched arms of Magic center Dwight Howard(notes). Jose Calderon(notes) and DeRozan followed with 4-for-4 shooting from the free throw line to hold off the Magic. DeRozan finished with 26 points, 11 in the fourth quarter.
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    Howard had 25 points and eight rebounds. Mickael Pietrus(notes) added 24 points on eight 3-pointers, but turned the ball over with the Magic trying to tie the game in the final 7.1 seconds. Jameer Nelson(notes) had 23 points and eight assists for Orlando.
    Calderon started the fourth quarter with a 3-pointer that gave Toronto a 92-82 lead, the first double-digit lead of the game for either team. DeRozan’s 18-footer with 9:19 left put the Raptors up 96-86, but their offense stalled there and opened the door for the Magic.
    Pietrus hit his sixth 3-pointer with 2:25 to play to cut the deficit to 100-98. Pietrus hit another with 28 seconds to play that tied it at 103, but then committed the crucial turnover while trying to inbound the ball with 7.1 seconds to go.
    Bargnani scored 21 points and Howard had 15 in a first half that was evenly contested. Both teams held four-point leads in the first five minutes of the game, but that was the biggest advantage either side held in the first two periods.
    There were 25 lead changes and 12 ties as Bargnani and Howard waged an outside vs. inside competition. Bargnani hit 9-of-12 shots, mostly from the perimeter as the Magic had a hard time matching up.
    Howard hit 7 of 12, all from inside the lane and the Raptors were having just as much trouble trying to contain him. He got help from Pietrus, who hit four 3-pointers in his first action in three games.
    Things didn’t change until the last two minutes of the third quarter, when Calderon and Julian Wright(notes) sandwiched 3-pointers around a dunk by Amir Johnson(notes) to give Toronto an 85-77 lead. It was 89-82 entering the fourth.
    NOTES: Bargnani has scored in double figures in all nine games, but has yet to have a double-figure rebounding game. … Magic G J.J. Redick(notes) is 0 for 11 on 3-point attempts his last four games. The Raptors played without one starter, Linas Kleiza(notes) (Achilles’), and two top reserves, David Andersen(notes) (flu) and Leandro Barbosa(notes) (shoulder). … The Magic lost for the first time this season when scoring 100 points.
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    Los Angeles Lakers forward and former Orlando Magic Matt Barnes told the Los Angeles Times about his thoughts about the Orlando Magic this year:

    "Orlando didn't offer me a dollar. But they're (Orlando) paying for it now. When they played the Heat, I saw them get blown out because they couldn't handle the wings. I feel for the guys on the team but it's definitely a business."
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    Barnes was always a headcase in the locker room due to his off-court troubles during his journey from Los Angeles (Clippers), Philadelphia, Sacramento, New York, Golden State, Phoenix and Orlando where most often Barnes also has minor clashes with the team's head coach. This time it is him being sore despite the fact that Orlando not re-signing him to a contract gave way for him to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers and perhaps play for a championship.

    On the court, Barnes is one of those tenacious players.
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    Magic beat Grizzlies 89-72 with strong defense
    By ANTONIO GONZALEZ, Associated Press
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    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)—The franchise with the NBA’s twice reigning defensive player of the year finally starting getting back to its roots.

    Dwight Howard(notes) had 18 points and 14 rebounds, Vince Carter(notes) scored 19 points and the Orlando Magic smothered the Memphis Grizzlies for an 89-72 victory Monday night.

    “We’re a defensive team. That’s what we call ourselves and that’s what we talk about,” Magic forward Quentin Richardson(notes) said. “For us to say those things, it was good to go out there and be that.”


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    Against a usually high-scoring team, no less.

    The Magic forced 18 turnovers, held the Grizzlies to 36 percent shooting and their fewest points in a game in two seasons. It was a much-needed change for an Orlando team that lost two straight last week and nearly a third with lackluster efforts defensively.

    Marc Gasol(notes) had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Mike Conley(notes) scored 11 points in the Grizzlies’ third straight loss. Memphis entered the game averaging 104 points but could get nothing going offensively.

    “That’s the best defense that they’ve played, that I’ve seen on tape, since probably early in the season,” Memphis coach Lionel Hollins said. “We were rushing things, but it was their defense that was causing it.”

    The game was as sloppy as it gets at the start.

    There were players bouncing balls off their legs and out of bounds. Poor passes. Missed catches. Double-dribbles and traveling calls. If there was a way to cause a turnover, chances are it happened.

    The teams accounted for 20 turnovers—each with 10—in the first quarter alone, finishing with 38 total for the game. The difference was the Magic at least managed some offense between mistakes and opened a 47-31 lead just before the half.

    “Our offense hasn’t been as fluid as we would like it to be, but defensively we were up and active all night,” Howard said.

    The Grizzlies whittled the deficit to five points in the third quarter behind some sharp shooting from Conley and O.J. Mayo(notes). They just couldn’t sustain enough offense or keep turnovers from costing them dearly.

    Rudy Gay(notes), who hadn’t scored fewer than 18 points this season, had only nine points for Memphis. It was the fewest points the Grizzlies have scored since they lost 86-66 at Portland on March 28, 2009.

    The loss was humbling enough for Memphis to have a team meeting after the game.

    “We needed to talk. It’s never too early to have a team meeting,” Conley said. “The issues we have as a team, being accountable individually, we’ve got to step it up and have all the guys in tune.”

    Orlando used its twin centers, Howard and Marcin Gortat(notes), for extended minutes. The center combo clogged the middle and forced the Grizzlies to stay on the perimeter, and Memphis just couldn’t hit a shot.

    Mickael Pietrus(notes) had a huge 3-pointer late and Howard converted a three-point play to help Orlando pull away 73-58, a lead was never seriously challenged.

    The victory avoided the Magic’s first three-game home losing streak since December 2007, when they lost four straight. Orlando lost to Utah and Toronto at home last week, the first two losses at the new Amway Center

    “If we’re serious about being contenders, we have to play like this,” Magic coach Stan Van Gundy said. “Now we also have to play like this and play better offensively. We can’t be like that at the end of the year. But we’re 10 games in. What’s important tonight is we got back to playing with intensity, and we need to stay there.”

    NOTES: Florida Marlins president David Samson was touring Orlando’s new Amway Center before the game along with others. The Marlins, who have a retractable-roof ballpark opening in 2012, were one of several teams in Orlando for Major League Baseball’s annual meetings scheduled to see the new technology and amenities at the NBA’s newest arena. … Howard’s technical foul in the first quarter against Minnesota last week was rescinded by the NBA, the Magic said. That brings Howard’s technical fouls down to four this season. … Magic SG J.J. Redick(notes) missed the game with back spasms.
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    Orlando Magic 105 Phoenix Suns 89

    The Magic cruising to a comfortable victory over the Suns. Dwight Howard had 20 points and 12 rebounds.

    Other Magic starters each had double figures in scoring:

    Nelson - 15 points
    Carter - 13 points
    Lewis - 13 points
    Richardson - 13 points

    Mickael Pietrus scored 10 points off the bench while all the other bench players scored points with the exception of Jason Williams as Williams did not play due to coach's decision.
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    Orlando Magic 105 Phoenix Suns 89

    The Magic cruising to a comfortable victory over the Suns. Dwight Howard had 20 points and 12 rebounds.

    Other Magic starters each had double figures in scoring:

    Nelson - 15 points
    Carter - 13 points
    Lewis - 13 points
    Richardson - 13 points

    Mickael Pietrus scored 10 points off the bench while all the other bench players scored points with the exception of Jason Williams as Williams did not play due to coach's decision.

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    Howard, Nelson lead Magic over Pacers

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    INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—Dwight Howard(notes) and the Orlando Magic turned up the intensity just in time.
    Jameer Nelson(notes) converted a go-ahead three-point play with 33 seconds left, leading Howard and the Magic to a 90-86 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
    “It was huge,” Magic coach Stan Van Gundy said. “We made our free throws down the stretch. It was a very difficult win and a very tough loss for them because I thought both teams played very, very hard and fought very, very hard.”
    Howard scored 19 of his 25 points in the second half, helping Orlando recover from a 52-49 halftime deficit. Rashard Lewis(notes) made five 3-pointers and finished with 21 points.
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    Howard had three fouls by halftime but made an adjustment during the break to help him stay on the floor.
    “I think the first half, my foul trouble was stupid,” he said. “Reaching instead of going for blocks, just throwing people out of the way. That’s stuff that I shouldn’t be doing and I think in the second half, I tried to beat them down the court and force them to foul me.”
    Van Gundy said Howard turned the whole game around.
    “He had a tough first half,” Van Gundy said. “He was in foul trouble, then he gets 19 and 10 in the second half and had a couple of big blocks.”
    The Magic trailed 86-85 when Nelson was fouled by T.J. Ford(notes) on a 10-foot jumper and converted the resulting free throw. Vince Carter(notes) made two key foul shots to help Orlando hold on, and Danny Granger(notes) and James Posey(notes) missed 3-point attempts in the final seconds for the Pacers.
    Howard also had 12 rebounds and blocked three shots for Orlando, which limited Indiana to 34 points in the second half. Nelson finished with 11 points and nine assists.
    “We’ve been a pretty good road team over the years since I’ve been here, especially since Stan’s been here,” Nelson said. “It’s hard to go on the road because you don’t have the energy coming from your fans. It’s good to win games with your defense and your intensity.”
    The Pacers had five players score in double figures but shot just 39 percent from the field. Roy Hibbert(notes) had 19 points and 10 rebounds, reserve Brandon Rush(notes) scored 14 and Granger had 13 points.
    Hibbert had to deal with foul trouble in the second half.
    “I have to learn to not make early fouls and get myself out of the ballgame,” Hibbert said. “It’s unfortunate to sit on the bench and not be able to help when I feel my teammates need me in there.”
    Howard made two free throws with 6:57 left to give the Magic an 82-75 lead, but the Pacers responded with an 8-1 surge. Ford had a layup and a pull-up jumper in the run.
    Posey made a 3 with 45 seconds left to give the Pacers an 86-85 lead, setting the stage for Nelson’s big play.
    Ford and Mike Dunleavy had 10 points apiece for Indiana, which outrebounded Orlando 51-42.
    “I thought our defense was significantly better in the second half,” Van Gundy said “I thought we did some good things.”
    Lewis’ tiebreaking 3-pointer with 7:23 left in the third kick-started a 14-4 run for Orlando. Carter capped the surge with a jumper that gave the Magic a 68-60 lead.
    Nelson also had nine assists for the Magic, who shot 45 percent from the field.
    Howard went 1 for 2 from the line with 3:58 left in the first half, tying it at 42, but the Pacers scored nine of the next 13 points. Hibbert had a rebound dunk and a hook shot in the surge.
    NOTES: Indiana went 11 for 19 from the free-throw line, compared to 19 for 28 for Orlando.
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    The Orlando Magic defeating their South-East Division rivals, the Miami HEAT 104-95.

    Dwight Howard scores 24 points and adding 18 rebounds as Howard dominated in the paint. JJ Redick starting as shooting guard in place of the injured Vince Carter, scores 20 points.
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    Power forward Ryan Anderson has fallen out of rotation after having a good stretch of games where he was the team's starting power forward.
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    Orlando Magic 111 Cleveland Cavaliers 100

    Dwight Howard lead five other Magic players in double figure scoring with 20 points and 11 rebounds while having 2 blocks on the defensive end.

    Other Magic players in double figures are:

    Nelson 20 points
    Redick 15 points
    Lewis 14 points
    Richardson 14 points
    Gortat 10 points
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