Orlando Sentinel "With their second-string point guard slated to become a free agent and their third-string point guard possessing an unguaranteed contract, Orlando Magic officials already have met with some potential backcourt replacements during the 2013 NBA Draft Combine. C.J. McCollum, a 6-foot-3 point guard..." May 17
Orlando Sentinel "Interviews. Physicals. On-court drills. For the 63 players assembled here for the annual NBA Draft Combine, the Windy City will feel like Whirlwind City over the next few days. For the Orlando Magic, what happens here could impact their franchise for years to come. The Magic would boost..." May 16
Orlando Sentinel "Stan Van Gundy soon might receive a phone call from the Milwaukee Bucks regarding the Bucks' head-coaching vacancy. The Bucks announced that interim head coach Jim Boylan won’t be offered a new contract, and Yahoo! Sports is reporting that Van Gundy “has emerged as the franchise’s top..." May 02
Orlando Sentinel "One issue dominated the Orlando Magic's 2012 offseason once the team hired a new general manager and a new coach. Above all else, team officials needed to determine what they were going to do with disgruntled all-star center Dwight Howard. No single decision of that magnitude looms over the..." April 28
CBSSports.com "The founder and managing director of the National Basketball Players Association's former financial firm has been charged with attempting to defraud the union of $3 million by forging the signature of a dead man, federal prosecutors said Thursday. Joseph Lombardo, 72, the founder and director..." April 26
Orlando Sentinel "Orlando Magic center Nik Vucevic finished fourth in the voting for the NBA’s 2012-13 Most Improved Player Award, trailing only winner Paul George of the Indiana Pacers, runner-up Greivis Vasquez of the New Orleans Pelicans and Larry Sanders of the Milwaukee Bucks. League officials announced the..." April 24
Orlando Sentinel "Magic General Manager Rob Hennigan has not taken a risk to acquire players with injury histories, such as Andrew Bynum and Jared Sullinger, but don't automatically cross off the name of Nerlens Noel. Noel is recovering from surgery for a torn ACL in his left knee, but is still listed atop..." April 20
Orlando Sentinel "The Orlando Magic now own the best odds of winning the NBA draft lottery. So what will the team do with the pick? For now, and probably until the Magic make their selection on June 27, general manager Rob Hennigan isn't talking specifics. Will the team select a player at a position of..." April 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Wednesday's regular-season finale at AmericanAirlines Arena was not about final answers. Not with the Miami Heat hopeful of a two-month playoff run to follow. Instead, the 105-93 victory over the Orlando Magic, the Heat's 66th victory of the season, was about what comes next, starting with..." April 18
Yahoo! Sports "Brazilian 7-footer Lucas Nogueira, a serious candidate to be a first-round draft pick, has decided to enter the NBA draft, sources told Yahoo! Sports. Nogueira, 20, possesses a 7-foot-6 wingspan and has been an intriguing prospect to NBA executives for several years. The center initially..." April 17
New York Post "The Knicks have signed veteran swingman Quentin Richardson for the remainder of the season, GM Glen Grunwald announced today. Richardson, who played for the Knicks from the 2005-06 through 2008-09, last played in the NBA in 2011-12 where he appeared in 48 games for the Magic. Richardson has..." April 16
WEEI Boston "Evidently, even Jason Terry calling the Magic “terrible” couldn’t inspire lowly Orlando. The Celtics guard had said, “Orlando is a team that, obviously you see them. I don’t want to give them any fuel, but they’re terrible.” He wasn’t wrong. Terry’s team trounced the Magic, 120-88, Saturday..." April 14
Jameer Nelson (ankle) didn't participate in #Magic shootaround this morning & won't play vs the #Celtics.
Orlando Sentinel "Thank goodness, Magic GM Rob Hennigan does not listen to you fans. Or us sports columnists. If he did, the Magic would be one of the worst teams in the league right now. OK, so the Magic ARE one of the worst teams in the league right now. But at least they're one of the worst teams..." April 12
Orlando Sentinel "Big Baby isn't quite as big anymore. Looking thinner than he has at any point during his Orlando Magic tenure, Glen Davis breezed into the team's practice facility the other day wearing a compression T-shirt, a pair of shorts, sneakers and a wide grin on his face. He also carried a bottle of..." April 12
Orlando Sentinel "On Wednesday morning, Orlando Magic rookie Maurice Harkless was asked what he and his teammates needed to learn with 78 games down and just four to go. He answered without hesitating. The Magic, he said, needed to learn how to close out games. A few hours later, they took a positive step,..." April 11
Orlando Sentinel "Magic PF Tobias Harris was asked after Tuesday's practice what would have happened had he not been traded by the Milwaukee Bucks to Orlando in the J.J. Redick deal. "I'd probably see limited playing time – just my personal thoughts about it," said Harris, who faces his former team Wednesday..." April 10
Orlando Sentinel "Funny, but when J.J. Redick's name is announced Wednesday night, he'll hear something very different on the road: Cheers. Not just cheers, but overwhelming applause and adoration. Forever a basketball villain and routinely booed simply because he once starred and won at snooty Duke, Redick..." April 10
Jameer Nelson won't play for the #Magic tonight against the #Cavs, JV said. Maurice Harkless will be a gametime decision.
Maurice Harkless (knee) shot some baskets a short while ago, and he's slated to start for the #Magic tonight.
orlando without turkoglu (personal reasons), nelson (sprained ankle), afflalo (hamstring), and big baby (left foot). not sure about harkless
San Antonio Express-News "Aron Baynes did not leave the Slovenian League and cross an ocean to play against the likes of the Los Angeles D-Fenders and Maine Red Claws. Baynes joined the Spurs in order to play for the Spurs, in actual NBA games against actual NBA opponents. “It’s what I came over here for,” said..." April 04
Orlando Magic guard Jameer Nelson will not play tonight at San Antonio due to a sprained right ankle.
The Magic practiced at Antioch Sports Complex & Community Center in San Antonio today. Jameer Nelson (ankle) didn't practice
Jameer Nelson (right ankle sprain) won't play tonight for the Magic against the Rockets.
Orlando Sentinel "Magic F Al Harrington didn't endure a grueling comeback to disappear into the shadows. "I can't go out like this. I just can't," he told me. "Not this way." Harrington, 33, said he is not ready to retire from the NBA. He wants to go out on his own terms, a veteran's battle cry if there..." March 30
Orlando Sentinel "The Orlando Magic will finish this season by relying on their least-experienced players — guys like Maurice Harkless, Tobias Harris, E'Twaun Moore, Andrew Nicholson and Kyle O'Quinn. On Friday night, they made the most of their chance. Especially Harris. Harris scored eight of Orlando's..." March 30
Orlando Sentinel "The tests keep rolling in for the Orlando Magic. The latest began shortly after the Magic hosted the Washington Wizards on Friday night. After the game, the team left town to begin a road trip that will consist of stops in Atlanta, Houston, San Antonio, Chicago and Cleveland. It's the third..." March 30
Jameer Nelson has a sprained right ankle and he's doubtful to return.
NVucevic (conc) hasn't yet been cleared medically to play in a game, but he's making progress. He's shooting hoops right now.
Orlando Sentinel "Hedo Turkoglu said he wants to remain with the Magic next season even though the club already has effectively removed him — and Al Harrington — from its future plans. "I would like to keep playing here," Turkoglu said after the Magic's shootaround Wednesday. "I was here more years than..." March 28
Orlando Sentinel "Nik Vucevic, who is recovering from a mild concussion he sustained on March 19, won't play when the Orlando Magic play the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night. Vucevic said Tuesday he wasn't scheduled to accompany the team to North Carolina, but he said he expects to play again this..." March 27
Orlando Sentinel "On one hand, Hedo Turkoglu's nightmare has ended. The 20-game suspension he received for a positive anabolic steroid test has expired, and he will be in uniform when the Orlando Magic face the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday night. On the other hand, he also knows and accepts that the season's..." March 27
Nik Vucevic (concussion) won't be making the trip to Charlotte, but he expects to play again this season.
USA Today "The train rolled down the tracks on Jan. 23, 2006, from the mountain resort town of Kolasin in Montenegro to the coastal town of Bar. Nik Vucevic, father Borislav Vucevic, members of his youth basketball team and hundreds of others were on the train that began picking up speed and then more and..." March 25
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Think of this as the first double victory during this win streak. Not only did the Miami Heat keep alive the second-longest streak in NBA history, they also provided another opportunity for one of their stars to recuperate. Guard Dwyane Wade sat for a second straight game because of knee..." March 25
Nik Vucevic (concussion) didn't participate in Magic shootaround. I don't envision him playing tonight.
Orlando Sentinel "Orlando Magic officials wanted to use the final weeks of the regular season to accelerate the development of youngsters such as Maurice Harkless, Tobias Harris and DeQuan Jones. But this isn't how the team wanted it to happen. Arron Afflalo, the team's starting shooting guard and its leading..." March 24
Magic's Nik Vucevic, noted Heat rebounding killer, did not practice today, with league concussion policy putting Monday in doubt vs. Heat.
Arron Afflalo will miss the rest of the regular season because of his hamstring injury. It's a strained hamstring.
Magic rookie Kyle O'Quinn will get the first start of his NBA career tonight in place of Nikola Vucevic (illness). ORL faces #Thunder at 7.
Arron Afflalo will not return to the game because of a right hamstring injury, a team official said.
Magic rookie Kyle O'Quinn will get the first start of his NBA career tonight in place of Nikola Vucevic (concussion).
Orlando Sentinel "Al Harrington’s right knee is fine, but it’s possible that the veteran forward won’t play again this season for the Orlando Magic. Magic coach Jacque Vaughn intends to play his young big men — 20-year-old Tobias Harris, 22-year-old Kyle O’Quinn, 22-year-old Nik Vucevic and 23-year-old Andrew..." March 21
Orlando Sentinel "Fifteen years after he started his NBA career here, Orlando Magic power forward Al Harrington still has an affection for Indiana's capital city. Harrington was only 18 years old when the Indiana Pacers selected him out of high school 25th overall in the 1998 NBA Draft. That rookie season, he..." March 20
Indianapolis Star "The Indiana Pacers were slumping. They were joking around, not taking their losing serious. Enter Cleveland and Orlando. Those two teams came around just in time for the Pacers to look normal again. The Pacers followed up their easy victory over Cleveland on Monday by getting another easy..." March 20
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "It was a torturous struggle for the Bucks in their St. Patrick's Day matinee with the Orlando Magic. Milwaukee kept trying to trim Orlando's lead but failing to stop an efficient Magic offense. Then the Monta Explosion happened. Monta Ellis scored 25 points in the fourth quarter and 19 in..." March 18
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Monta Ellis simply took over in the fourth quarter. Refusing to let the Bucks lose, Ellis scored 25 of his game-high 39 points in the final period, lifting Milwaukee to a 115-109 victory over the Orlando Magic on Sunday afternoon at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks (33-32) had only..." March 17
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "J.J. Redick does not expect it to be an emotional moment while facing his former Orlando Magic team for the first time Sunday. And Tobias Harris said he is not out for revenge while going against his former Milwaukee Bucks teammates. But the two principal figures in the trade deadline deal..." March 17
The Oklahoman "The smallest player on the court was having his way, doing whatever he wanted, whenever his team needed it. Until Serge Ibaka put a stop to it. Jameer Nelson, the generously-listed 6-foot Orlando Magic point guard, was leading a furious second-half rally when Ibaka stepped up and provided..." March 16