After posting a season-high 32 points, Magic point guard Jameer Nelson talks about his team's loss at home to the Bulls.
Though they were down by as much as 18 points, the Magic made a run in the fourth quarter by allowing Chicago to score only 14 points.
"I had a good look, got bumped, but didn't get the call, just missed the shot," Nelson said about the last play.
Nelson was asked about the frustration losing may cause:
"We have to figure it out." Nelson said. "And one thing, we've stuck together, we're winning together, we're losing together. So, it's frustrating right now. Stay together, stay aggressive, I have faith that we'll get out of it. For the most part we just have to clean some things up and turn around for us [...] The good thing about the NBA, you have another game either the next day or the day after. So nobody should hang their heads, it's not like we're going out there and not playing hard. If we're doing that as a group, I think you'll get more frustrated and that's when finger-pointing happens. And one thing we're not doing is pointing fingers, and we shouldn't because we're in it together."