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no regrets

There are 173 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jun 14, 2009, titled no regrets. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Let us put this in a way our visitors from La-La land can comprehend. Let's relate it to a Hollywood movie.

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Aargh

Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL

#1 Jun 14, 2009
It still hurts, just like Houston
pat riley

Mandaluyong, Philippines

#2 Jun 14, 2009
I believe you..

But you definitely need a championship caliber-type coach

Enough said
Get A Clue

Wilmington, DE

#4 Jun 14, 2009
Great movie, Mike. NOT! Man and woman lie to their spouses and commit adultery every year after year. So you think the Magic are...just like Kobe after all! Tonight's game was more like "Night of the Living Dead" and the zombies were played by the Orlando magic--the walking dead!
Magic Great Year

AOL

#5 Jun 14, 2009
Went far beyond what anyone projected. Were 4 to 1 underdogs against Cavs. Super job. The city is behind you again.
Bayou Buckeye

Natchitoches, LA

#6 Jun 14, 2009
LeMike - You know that part Phil Jackson said about "inches" and "a trifle?" Well, that "one-man team" in Cleveland lost two games by that much to the Magic so I would not be so quick to dismiss them. LeBron is going to get better and better, too, and you know Danny Ferry and Company recognize (better recognize) where the shortcomings are and will have plenty of money to make the proper adjustments on the roster. As usual, you are bit off of Le-mark.
LAL

Fort Worth, TX

#7 Jun 14, 2009
GO LAKERS GO!

we are champions!

congrats on magics on great season and finals!
Opinion on Demand

Sebring, FL

#8 Jun 14, 2009
Expect does not get the job done.We alwayse expect to win or loose. But, that is not greatness it is hopeless in this case. Bragg on hopefull loosers. I cry because my daddy makes me go to see loosers.OMG
soldier

Richardson, TX

#9 Jun 14, 2009
Young Team, awesome season, We are still Champions and set an NBA Playoff record. Thank-you Magic...awesome year.
free throw

Utica, KY

#10 Jun 14, 2009
Bayou Buckeye wrote:
LeMike - You know that part Phil Jackson said about "inches" and "a trifle?" Well, that "one-man team" in Cleveland lost two games by that much to the Magic so I would not be so quick to dismiss them. LeBron is going to get better and better, too, and you know Danny Ferry and Company recognize (better recognize) where the shortcomings are and will have plenty of money to make the proper adjustments on the roster. As usual, you are bit off of Le-mark.
Excellent point--in fact, they won one game in a 5 on 1. And, everyone just saw how to beat the Magic--eclipse Howard... Orlando'll be lucky to get to the semis next year.
Opinion on Demand

Sebring, FL

#11 Jun 14, 2009
Aargh wrote:
It still hurts, just like Houston
Ya big cry baby. Pick a different sport.LOL
Heblo Turkaloser

Lincoln, NE

#12 Jun 14, 2009
I'm glad to have seen Turks final game in a Magic uniform. We need to go after Paul Millsap or Brandon Bass so we can move Shard to his natural position. Dwight needs help in the paint next season...
Magic fan

Chattanooga, TN

#13 Jun 14, 2009
We will be back next year
Opinion on Demand

Sebring, FL

#14 Jun 14, 2009
Get A Clue wrote:
Great movie, Mike. NOT! Man and woman lie to their spouses and commit adultery every year after year. So you think the Magic are...just like Kobe after all! Tonight's game was more like "Night of the Living Dead" and the zombies were played by the Orlando magic--the walking dead!
The living, eating, driving dead with all of the fools who support it's money.OMG
Opinion on Demand

Sebring, FL

#15 Jun 14, 2009
Try being a goat ropper, that is equal to Magic talent.
ELF FAN

Kissimmee, FL

#16 Jun 14, 2009
GREATNESS? THEY GOT b-e-a-t bad! stop being a cheerleader and be a reporter.
MadMar

Orlando, FL

#17 Jun 14, 2009
Mike Bianchi doesn't understand basketball and therefore he shouldn't speak on the subject.

Orlando won't be back any time soon, if fact it should be a very long time before they come back. First of all, if Kevin G. didn't have an injury early in the year, the Magic would have been out of the playoffs a while back.

Second, If Cleveland ever gets a good coach to coach up Lebron and some good players to help Lebron, then Lebron may be the next young guy to take his team to the Finals and win.

It took the Magin an NBA setting performance in a Finals game to even beat the Lakers, this series should have been a 4-0 sweep.
bettyboop

Hudson, OH

#18 Jun 14, 2009
With all do respect BIANCHI,,the other teams you mentioned, cle,bos,denver,,what the hell makes you think they will sit on their thumbs this summer and not improve their teams? I GUARANTEE you,,orlando will not come out of the east next year. What an idiotic statement by you.
Dom_Daduud in Cali

Santa Maria, CA

#19 Jun 14, 2009
I've enjoyed reading the Sentinel throughout the finals. We all love our teams.This guy writes in Orlando. Most of his readers want to hear good things about Orlando. Even if he has to make it up (spirits of dead movie stars...?)

Know one thing, without a doubt, THE BEST TEAM WON!

Looking forward to the parade. Best of luck to all!

God bless America 'cause he knows we need it!
bettyboop

Hudson, OH

#21 Jun 14, 2009
Dom_Daduud in Cali wrote:
I've enjoyed reading the Sentinel throughout the finals. We all love our teams.This guy writes in Orlando. Most of his readers want to hear good things about Orlando. Even if he has to make it up (spirits of dead movie stars...?)
Know one thing, without a doubt, THE BEST TEAM WON!
Looking forward to the parade. Best of luck to all!
God bless America 'cause he knows we need it!
This writer is a jerk.
Lebron

Mentor, OH

#22 Jun 14, 2009
Tampa Bay Rays, Arizona Cardinals, Detriot Red Wings - join the list of woudla coulda's. Most fan bases smarting from the, "getting close but no cigar" phenomenon rely on the same diatribe: we were so close that next year is a certainty; we're obviously building sustained talent. Never mind that nuances like a salary cap, injuries, other teams improving with new talent in the off season and just plain luck have to play a large role in getting to the championship. Whatever gets y'all through the night down there, your team at least earned you the right to kid yourelf into thinking that one year's success ensures the next's. Good luck with that.

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