East might finally lose NBA Least label

East might finally lose NBA Least label

There are 5 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Oct 28, 2007, titled East might finally lose NBA Least label. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

When the No. 1 and No. 2 picks of the 2007 NBA Draft -- which later became Greg Oden and Kevin Durant -- were awarded to the Western Conference, it looked like the rich had gotten richer.

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Jason

Winter Park, FL

#1 Oct 28, 2007
Otis,

We need to make a play for Juwan Howard. Monday!

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#2 Oct 28, 2007
Jason wrote:
Otis,
We need to make a play for Juwan Howard. Monday!
It would make some sense. He will probably accept the vets minimum, like Foyle did, given that the buyout deal will mean he is still getting money from the Wolves also. Adding Juwan to the front court with Dwight and Adonal will give even more versatility to the Magic's rotation. He can still give a solid 20-25 minutes production each night, and he is a definite upgrade on the other options - Augustine, Gortat, Garrity and Outlaw - that Orlando has at PF. If he is interested, I say go for it.
mosco

Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL

#3 Oct 28, 2007
Do you think the NBA would consider to realign to two conferences. An American Conference. An national Conference. Three divisions in each conference. They would be roughly, East, Central, West. Each division would also play more games with the corresponding division in the opposite conference. This will help to end West/East thing.
rodney

Orlando, FL

#4 Oct 28, 2007
magic should of traded darko for Jason Richardson when we had the chance that would of given us a line up of jameer Jason Hedo Rashard and Lewis then we wouldnt really have to worry about another big as much because teams wouldnt know who to double team but i guess we have to look at the here and now Juwan Howard used to play for the magic and the contract he has now was the contract that we signed him to with the sign and trade to houston for steve francis cutino mobley and kelvin cato he is an ok scorer however not the type of player we need now we need a banger big not a big that wants to play like a 3 instead of a true 4. a prospect like simins from miami that was just released from the twolves is a better option as van gundy can mold him to use is true potential. magic need to make a trade for a good scoring 2 guard! and use the 2.7 million to sign another big. we have players with expiring contracts that teams would look forward to doing if there tying to relieve salary. the 2.7 should be used to get brian skinner or simins
charlieo

San Francisco, CA

#5 Oct 28, 2007
The Magic had their brief playoff experience last year, but expect a terrible season Magic fans! These are the Playoff teams in the East, in no particular order: Washington, Cleveland, Boston, New Jersey, Toronto, Chicago, Miami, and Detroit.
The Cav's coach comments that "the Magic is a playoff "team is a joke!

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