Jameer Nelson's solid point-guard play helped the Magic go 3-0 last week.
The Orlando Magic went 2-1 last week to improve their efforts to secure the East's second playoff seed. It was a tough decision, but ultimately Rashard Lewis' efficient 14 points per game earned him this week's T-Mobile Player of the Week award.
Dwight Howard once again proved to be the player most responsible for the Orlando Magic's success as they went 3-1 last week due largely to his dominance. He's once again OPP's T-Mobile Player of the Week, though this will be the last time. To make the competition more interesting, Howard is excluded from future consideration.
For the first time, two Orlando Magic players will receive T-Mobile Player of the Week honors. Vince Carter and Rashard Lewis played equally well last week, and Ben Q. Rock couldn't decide which was more deserving.
Dwight Howard's top-notch performance last week earned him another T-Mobile Player of the Week award.
It was a successful week for the Orlando Magic, as the team went 4-0 with wins against the Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors, New Jersey Nets, and Los Angeles Lakers to extend their winning...
Dwight Howard continued his strong recent play last week for the Orlando Magic, which went 2-1. Though he faltered with a 1-of-7 performance on Sunday, he still captured this week's Player of the Week award by dint of his becoming the first player since Wilt Chamberlain to score 30 points and grab 15 rebounds in a single game without missing a field goal attempt.
Dwight Howard put up MVP-like numbers in carrying the Orlando Magic to a 2-1 week, earning him yet another Player of the Week Award from OPP, sponsored by T-Mobile.
Recognizing Vince Carter's excellent performance for the Orlando Magic last week, in which he averaged 25.7 points per game on 66.1% True Shooting.