Jameer Nelson, who missed Orlando's last 2 games, is slated to play tonight against the Spurs.
Houston Chronicle "As measuring sticks go, nights against the Miami Heat and the other contenders that crowd the Rockets schedule this month might offer more meaningful insight. The Rockets, however, knew better. They learned that the hard way. There was a time this season that the Rockets lost games perilously..." March 06
The Magic will re-sign Dewayne Dedmon & Adonis Thomas to 2nd 10-day contracts. The current 10-days expire at 11:59 p.m. Thurs.
Orlando Sentinel "Tobias Harris stepped to the free-throw line with 14.1 seconds remaining Sunday night with a personal milestone at stake. He needed to sink both foul shots to score his 30th and 31st points of the night and reach a new career high. Harris made both shots, and the Orlando Magic finished their..." March 03
Jameer Nelson will not play tonight because of a sore calf, team officials said. Ronnie Price will start in Nelson's place.
Arron Afflalo will not play tonight against the 76ers after missing the Magic's last 4 games, Jacque Vaughn said.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "It was back to LeBasics on Saturday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. A more mundane mask for LeBron James. A routine victory over the Orlando Magic. And for the Miami Heat, the winning continued, this time with a 112-98 victory that extended the winning streak to seven and lifted the..." March 02
Orlando Pinstriped Post "As the 2013/14 season draws to a close one of Orlando Magic's priorities is to find a role that best suits Tobias Harris. The third-year combo forward has seen his productivity slip in his first full season with Orlando, posting per-game averages of 14.4 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists on..." February 28
Orlando Pinstriped Post "One day after noting that the Washington Wizards attempted to acquire Jameer Nelson, OrlandoMagic.com scribe John Denton tweeted another NBA trade rumor involving the Orlando Magic's veteran point guard: the New York Knicks, says Denton, attempted "to unload Raymond Felton on them" in exchange for..." February 27
Pro Basketball Talk "It was no secret the Washington Wizards needed point guard help behind John Wall. It’s also no secret the rebuilding Orlando Magic are no longer a great fit for 32-year-old Jameer Nelson. The two teams would have made sense as trade partners before last week’s deadline. In fact, the Wizards..." February 27
Orlando Sentinel "The game ended minutes earlier, but fans inside the arena congregated around the tunnel leading from the court toward the Orlando Magic locker room. Jameer Nelson completed a postgame TV interview, walked toward the corridor and paused as people yelled his name, "Jameer! Jaameeeer!" He took off..." February 27
CBSSports.com "John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com reports that the Wizards made several efforts to trade for Magic point guard Jameer Nelson at the trade deadline. Nelson would have been a phenomenal fit for the Wizards, giving them a subsantiallly better backup than Andre Miller who they traded Jan Vesely and..." February 26
Washington Post "Their most talented big man and highest-paid player was back home, immobile because of a sprained left knee, and not expected back on the floor in a game for six weeks. But the Washington Wizards couldn’t mope without Nene, or allow their past failings in his absence to affect their staying..." February 26
USA Today "Once upon a time in NBA lore, Antoine Walker was asked why he shot so many three-pointers and replied, “There are no fours.” Now, the idea of a four-point shot is not only not outrageous but an actual possibility. In an ESPN interview, NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn and VP of..." February 26
Orlando Sentinel "Dewayne Dedmon and Adonis Thomas are experiencing the NBA equivalent of a whirlwind right now. This morning, the Orlando Magic formally signed them to 10-day contracts. A short while later, Dedmon and Thomas joined their new team at a shootaround at Verizon Center to prepare for tonight’s..." February 25
Toronto Star "The Raptors know they are playing a dangerous game with their habit of easing into games with sluggish first halves that demand superior seconds. They know they are talented enough to do that against the Orlando Magics and Cleveland Cavaliers and the other dregs of the NBA, but there will come..." February 24
Orlando Sentinel "The Magic were missing more than Glen “Big Baby” Davis. Arron Afflalo, their best backcourt player, and Nik Vucevic, their best frontcourt player, were also not in the game during the second overtime against the New York Knicks Friday night. Good thing Victor Oladipo showed up, fashionably..." February 22
Magic's Arron Afflalo, who has a sprained right ankle, did not make the trip to Toronto and (obviously) won't play Sunday.
Orlando Sentinel "The Orlando Magic’s decision to buy out Glen Davis’ contract clears the way for the team to allocate more minutes to forwards Tobias Harris, Kyle O’Quinn and Andrew Nicholson. It even helps Maurice Harkless and Victor Oladipo because Harris can shift more often from small forward to power..." February 22
Hoops Rumors "The Magic will sign D-Leaguer Adonis Thomas, his agent tells L. Jason Smith of The Commercial Appeal (Twitter link). It’ll be a 10-day deal, tweets Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. Orlando is at 12 players after waiving Glen Davis earlier today, meaning the team has two weeks to find a 13th..." February 21
Hoops Rumors "The Magic are expected to sign Dewayne Dedmon to a 10-day contract on Monday, tweets Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports. Orlando reportedly has an agreement to sign Adonis Thomas the same day, and there’s room for both, since the Magic are at 12 players after today’s buyout agreement with Glen Davis...." February 21
Orlando Pinstriped Post "The Orlando Magic will formally end their relationship with Glen Davis Friday by buying him out of his contract, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The transaction is not yet official, but the sides have agreed to terms of a buyout. Once the veteran power forward clears waivers, he'll be..." February 21
Orlando is working on a contract buyout with forward Glen Davis, league source tells Yahoo Sports.
PSD Staff Check back often for all of the latest NBA Trade Deadline rumors, news stories, tweets, images, videos, and anything else we can dig up pertaining to Deadline Day. February 20
Fansided "The Orlando Magic having such a quiet deadline is a bit of a surprise. Last season, they pulled off a major trade, sending guard J.J. Redick, guard Ish Smith and big man Gustavo Ayon to the Milwaukee Bucks for forward Tobias Harris, guard Doron Lamb and point guard Beno Udrih. Prior to last..." February 20
Cleveland Plain Dealer "With the NBA trade deadline looming at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Luol Deng and Jarrett Jack ignored the trade rumors swirling about them and helped the Cavaliers hold off the determined Orlando Magic, 101-93, on Wednesday night at The Q and push their winning streak to six games. "I don't worry about..." February 20
Orlando Pinstriped Post "Though the Charlotte Bobcats are interested in acquiring Arron Afflalo prior to the NBA trade deadline Thursday, Ken Berger of CBS Sports reports that they're "unlikely" to pry him from the Orlando Magic. In addition to Afflalo, Charlotte has also targeted Anthony Morrow of the New Orleans..." February 20
Orlando strongly inclined to keep Arron Afflalo past trade deadline and revisit deals around NBA Draft in June, league sources tell Yahoo.
CBSSports.com "The Bobcats are known to be buyers at the trade deadline and two interesting names have popped up. From the Sporting News: One target that has emerged, league sources told Sporting News, is shooting guard Anthony Morrow, a player who interested the Bobcats before he signed in New Orleans last..." February 19
Brew Hoop "The Bucks got ahead on the hot shooting of Caron Butler, but held off the Magic late by the play of two rookies. Box Score Well it wasn't pretty, but the Bucks held on just enough to eek past the Orlando Magic, giving Milwaukee it's 10th win of the season. WE HAVE ARRIVED AT DOUBLE DIGITS..." February 19
The Magic have been focused on talks involving vets like Jameer Nelson & Glen Davis, but not getting anywhere just yet.
Orlando Pinstriped Post "e Orlando Magic reconvened at the Amway Center practice court Monday following the All-Star Break, where they prepared for the post-All-Star portion of their schedule. Orlando hits the road for six of its next seven games, beginning Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks. Here's a look at..." February 17
Fansided "The NBA trade deadline is almost here, but teams are starting to take players off the block as much as they are putting players onto it. The Orlando Magic are a team that seems like they’d want to sell off their hot commodities to secure future pieces, but when it comes to one particular hot..." February 16
Pro Basketball Talk "John Wall‘s final dunk of the night won the 2014 Slam Dunk Contest for the team representing the Eastern Conference, but the drastic format changes to the event, and not any of its dunks, are what will be remembered most from this year’s All-Star Saturday showcase. “I think it was cool,” Wall..." February 16
Pro Basketball Talk "In the first year of the new 3-point contest format, the 27-year old Marco Belinelli emerged victorious, holding off Sophomore Bradley Beal with a contest-high 24-point performance in the tiebreaker round to beat Beal’s 18-point performance. The first format change, which pitted the conferences..." February 16
Pro Basketball Talk "Damian Lillard’s busy All-Star Saturday night started out pretty darn well — with a repeat win. Lillard will be in all three major events on the evening and first out of the gate he and Trey Burke teamed up to win the NBA All-Star Saturday Skills Challenge — by just one tenth of a second over..." February 16
NBA.com "Miami's Chris Bosh hit a half-court shot to give Team Bosh the victory in the Shooting Stars contest that opened up NBA All-Star Saturday night. Bosh and teammates Dominique Wilkins and WNBA player Swin Cash had a final-round time of 31.4 seconds. Each team must hit shots from 10 feet from a..." February 16
Fansided "The Orlando Magic are listening, but that doesn’t mean they’re eager to make a deal come the NBA’s trade deadline. That’s the word from Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders who says the Magic feel prime trade chip Arron Afflalo is part of the organizations future and that moves will be few and..." February 15
Fansided "The Orlando Magic have been looking to secure a high lottery pick this year and aren’t interested in winning their way out of a top pick. That being said, the team isn’t going to cash in their veteran trade chips just to do so, and may end up keeping some guys through the deadline. One such guy..." February 15
SB Nation "Andre Drummond scored 30 points, grabbed 25 rebounds and was selected the Rising Stars MVP as he led Team Hill over Team Webber, 142-136. The second-year big man got most of his work done early; he scored 17 points and collected 11 rebounds in the first half. Kevin Love recognized. Anthony..." February 15
ESPN.com "By next season, the NBA is planning to create and use a centralized replay center to help referees and speed up games. "What we're in the process of doing is we're going to create a central location where we'll have people there who will be watching every game," NBA president of basketball..." February 15
College Basketball Talk "With the shift in leadership from David Stern to Adam Silver, the NBA has begun a new era with Silver taking over as commissioner. Last week it was discussed that one area in which Silver would like to make changes is the NBA’s age limit, which would be raised from 19 to 20 years old if Silver..." February 14
Direct Elect selections 4 Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame: Sweetwater Clifton, Guy Rodgers, Slick Leonard, Sarunas Marciulionis, David Stern.
Grizzly Bear Blues "We're used to this now, right? The Grizzlies waded through the muck of an ugly 3rd quarter to eventually win in a ping-pong lead changing game against the Orlando Magic. Nick Calathes played really well (4 steals & 2 blocks). Tayshaun Prince was surprisingly very efficient. Courtney Lee..." February 13
Orlando Sentinel "At about 7 Wednesday night, the lights inside Amway Center will dim, the song "Can't Hold Us" will blare from loudspeakers and the announcer will introduce each member of the Orlando Magic's starting lineup: Jameer Nelson, Arron Afflalo, Tobias Harris, Glen Davis and Nik Vucevic. Savor that..." February 12
#Magic will honor Penny Hardaway on Feb. 21 as part of Legends Nights for 15th Anniversary Season.