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Orlando Magic News for May 20th: More on Dwight Howard's Offense, Lineup Suggestions, Concerns about the Bench, and More

Today's Orlando Magic news post features a video breakdown of how Dwight Howard has scored in the post against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals. Plus, some stories about the bench, and word that coach Stan Van Gundy will not move J.J. Redick to the starting lineup.

Orlando Magic News for May 11th: Praise for the Magic's Attitude and Jameer Nelson

Today's Orlando Magic news post features one NBA writer's take on the Magic's focus of late. Also, two bits of praise for point guard Jameer Nelson.

Hollinger: Orlando Magic on a Nearly Unprecedented Roll Heading into Eastern Conference Finals

ESPN's John Hollinger becomes the latest national analyst to highlight the Orlando Magic's incredible stretch of play lately. He specifically addresses their 27-3 mark since March 1st, which includes a 421-point differential.

Orlando Magic 114, Atlanta Hawks 71

Ben Q. Rock recaps the Orlando Magic's dominant 114-71 win over the Atlanta Hawks in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals series. Orlando ran its offense through Dwight Howard whenever possible and got great results against an Atlanta team that cannot hope to match up against him. Josh Smith scored 14 to lead the Hawks.

Orlando Magic News for May 3rd: Mickael Pietrus Says He'll Play, Mike Woodson Says Jason Collins Will Play, and More

Today's Orlando Magic news post looks ahead to the Magic's series against the Atlanta Hawks, which kicks off tomorrow night. Magic small forward Mickael Pietrus has a sprained left ankle, but said he will play tomorrow. Meanwhile, Hawks coach Mike Woodson says he'll use Jason Collins to defend Dwight Howard. Many more links abound.

Should the Orlando Magic Face the Atlanta Hawks Next, Don't Be Surprised if Ryan Anderson Goes Nova

Though the odds are against the Orlando Magic facing the Atlanta Hawks in the second round of the 2010 NBA Playoffs, Ben Q. Rock writes that Magic forward Ryan Anderson should have a breakout series, based on his eye-boggling career statistics against Atlanta.

Schmitz: At Coach Stan Van Gundy's Request, Orlando Magic Center Dwight Howard to Review Film of Fouls He's Committed against Charlotte Bobcats

After fouling out in Game 3 of his Orlando Magic's first-round playoff series against the Charlotte Bobcats, center Dwight Howard said he would not review film of the fouls he picked up. Coach Stan Van Gundy is taking a stand, the Orlando Sentinel reports, and has "ordered" Howard to study the film and to make "adjustments" prior to Game 4.

Vince Carter Has a Lot Riding on This Year's Playoffs, In Case You Hadn't Heard

A quick rundown of the several stories highlighting the impact this postseason could have on Vince Carter's legacy.

Orlando Magic News for April 6th: Goals, Free Agency, and All-Defense Chatter

In today's Orlando Magic news, a look at what coach Stan Van Gundy wants his team to accomplish before the playoffs start. Plus, an assessment of where J.J. Redick ranks among this year's free-agent class, and more praise for Dwight Howard's defense.

Orlando Magic Are Peaking at the Right Time, For Whatever That's Worth

A quick look at just how well the Orlando Magic played in March, and how far they've come in a very short period of time.

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