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Orlando Magic beat Charlotte Bobcats in overtime

There are 68 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Feb 17, 2009, titled Orlando Magic beat Charlotte Bobcats in overtime. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

The numbers, as monstrous and monumental as they were, did not tell the story of what Dwight Howard gave the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night.

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Since: Jan 08

Ocoee, FL

#62 Feb 18, 2009
I am so sorry. I was out of line with my Mo Williams comment. He is 2nd worst. Right down there with Jarrett Jack....neck and neck.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/statistics...

3rd worst in the entire league.

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Since: Jan 08

Ocoee, FL

#63 Feb 18, 2009
kenny wrote:
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OKAY, but he is a DEADLY scorer...he has 43, and 44 points this year, and has 2 games of at least 10 assists and 9 rebounds...and this is while being the 2nd option on the court...if your gonna go just based on Assist to turnover ratio, than i guess Calderon is the best point guard in the league...
Calderon is certainly up there. No way of knowing this answer, but I wonder what kind of numbers Jameer would put up as the 2nd option. Jameer is 4th.
LMAO loves ManGravy

Frisco, TX

#64 Feb 18, 2009
LMAO wrote:
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Rondo, Robinson, Williams, Chalmers, Felton .... it just goes on and on.
i know you say things to get a rise out of people, but that's just ridiculous. rondo's not an allstar, sorry. williams has been averaging the same numbers for the last few season... he's not doing anything differently and he thinks about his shot first even more than nelson. if the cavs didn't complain he wouldn't have even made it if one or two more players pulled out of allstar weekend. chalmers? LOL. are we basing our opinion on college days now and not actual nba play up to the point in which they voted? Hey look, redick's an allstar then! felton? LOL, after the last two now i know you're kidding. look, i didn't always like nelson... i thought he was decent when he first came in but then soon i found myself annoyed that he was running the team. After this season, however, i've been blown away by his performance. he's saved the magic many, many times this season and his absence shows how much he meant to this team. Aside from dwight, he was the reason we won all of our games against big teams this season. How many times did we see nelson score 14pts in the 3rd or 4th qtr to secure the magic win? the magic are terrible at closing out unless they have a outrageous lead, nelson helped make the magic a top team. LMAO, why don't you go try watching some games for once instead of looking at boxscores and thinking you understand.
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Frisco, TX

#65 Feb 18, 2009
... stuckey and mayo have been playing pretty well, but we're not talking about potential, we're talking about what they did up to the time they voted. nelson did much more for his team, had a lot better numbers and was more impressive. stuckey had a couple big scoring games, but that's it. mayo is a rookie, future star, on a bad team. he takes a lot of shots and can't even break 20pts avg. a lot of potential, but he's not an allstar w/ the percentages he puts up. go look at nelson percentages, they're so much better than his past seasons. no other pg on the east has outshot him. best part is that he did it when we needed it and against tough teams. so as much as you want to hate on him for his shitty performance in past years, he's been a beast this season and deserved every vote. quit hating... or at least go rub one out to a pic of jj redick, so we don't have to see your dumb posts.
kenny

Auburn, WA

#66 Feb 18, 2009
Michael in Ocoee wrote:
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Calderon is certainly up there. No way of knowing this answer, but I wonder what kind of numbers Jameer would put up as the 2nd option. Jameer is 4th.
mo williams doesnt handle the ball HALF as much as jameer did, lebron runs the offense 60% of the time...regardless of what OPTION jameer was, he still took the same amount of shots as mo does, and averaged a little less
Austin

Gainesville, FL

#67 Feb 18, 2009
mike wrote:
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It's a shame that we have to read the Florida Today to get an update on the JN injury. I haven't seen anything in the Sentinel in almost a week. Sounds like it's still a longshot that he comes back, though.
Very true. And yeah, I've gotten used to it. Let's face it, Denton is the man when it comes to updates on the Magic.
Tiffany

United States

#68 Feb 18, 2009
the magic lost tonight,and dwight didnt have a strong game
LMAO

AOL

#69 Feb 19, 2009
...and on & on... Duhon, Hinrich, Devin Harris and a plethora of up and comers sitting on the benches, lol.
Jameer is NOT a PG. He is a shooting guard that is STILL trying to be a PG because he isn't big enough to be a shooting guard.
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