Magic march into Pistons' Palace tryi...

Magic march into Pistons' Palace trying to erase ghosts of play...

There are 90 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Dec 28, 2008, titled Magic march into Pistons' Palace trying to erase ghosts of play.... In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

When point guard Jameer Nelson reached for his street clothes after the Orlando Magic 's victory Saturday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves , the laughter began.

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nanningbob

United States

#1 Dec 29, 2008
Cant wait for this one
LMAO

AOL

#2 Dec 29, 2008

I STILL think that Stan VanGundy is now the Greatest Coach in the all time history of the NBA!...and maybe college too!
I
think the Magic will beat the Pistons so bad that 3 of the Pistons may retire after this game.
I
dont see the Magic losing anymore games this year. They will run the playoffs and beat the Lakers in the Finals. Hail SVG & The Magic.
Seems all wrapped up to me!
:)
The Living Tribunal

Miami, FL

#3 Dec 29, 2008
Magic 108, Pistons 94

Howard another 20, 20
Lewis 6 of 9 from 3's
Nelson 24 pts, 16 in the 2nd half
Turkoglu, who knows
JJ 2 pts in garbage time, 1 of 9
RASHEEEED

Chicago, IL

#4 Dec 29, 2008
Tonight the Magic will be exposed for the weak team that they are. With the lone exception of Howard, they are one of the softest teams in the league. The Pistons are going to maul the Magic tonight....they're going to show them what tough, physical play does to soft wannabe-elite teams like Orlando.
RASHEEEED

Chicago, IL

#5 Dec 29, 2008
It is so amusing to see Magic fans worship Jameer Nelson over the last week. The midget finally has a small lucky streak and Magic fans are acting like he is the next Chris Paul! Reality check Orlando: The worst players in the NBA have lucky streaks. AI and Stuckey will expose Nelson for what he really is: a midget, second-string PG (at best)
PSPA

Doha, Qatar

#6 Dec 29, 2008
magic lose by 25
Jimmy

Des Moines, IA

#7 Dec 29, 2008
REALLY looking forward to the game tonight! Sure a win won't ease the pain of prior playoff exits at the hands of the Pistons, but it sure will help!

GO MAGIC.
bigtime fan

Gainesville, FL

#8 Dec 29, 2008
RASHEEEED wrote:
It is so amusing to see Magic fans worship Jameer Nelson over the last week. The midget finally has a small lucky streak and Magic fans are acting like he is the next Chris Paul! Reality check Orlando: The worst players in the NBA have lucky streaks. AI and Stuckey will expose Nelson for what he really is: a midget, second-string PG (at best)
lol your funny dude but also a DUMASS. no magic fan has compared jameer to chris paul, cause they dont compare. jameer has been on a streak pretty much the whole season, but you wouldnt know cause you dont follow the magic. And if you think were soft then the west must be soft too, cause magic just destroyed hornets, spurs, and lakers plus 8 other west teams. Destriot sucks and are gonna lose by 20 tonite. It wont be a challenge for the Magic. Dwight will dominate, and 3s will slap your laughable team. Allen will get his ankle broken by jameer. GAME OVER Magic 25-6, Detriot 17-12.
bigtime fan

Gainesville, FL

#9 Dec 29, 2008
PSPA wrote:
magic lose by 25
you mean MAGIC WIN BY 25. i know you messed up, cause not even a piston fan thats realistic thinks they can beat the magic, especially by 25
artman1973

Port Orange, FL

#10 Dec 29, 2008
RASHEEEED wrote:
Tonight the Magic will be exposed for the weak team that they are. With the lone exception of Howard, they are one of the softest teams in the league. The Pistons are going to maul the Magic tonight....they're going to show them what tough, physical play does to soft wannabe-elite teams like Orlando.
How are the magic weak? They are a better defensive and offensive team than the Pistons. They win on the road, They are winning because of great defense as opposed to great shooting,If you think the magic are soft then you have not seen them play anyy time soon. You will find out just how much tougher they are than the pistons tonight. You consider Sheed your tough guy, lol Even Gortat is tougher than him
artman1973

Port Orange, FL

#11 Dec 29, 2008
RASHEEEED wrote:
It is so amusing to see Magic fans worship Jameer Nelson over the last week. The midget finally has a small lucky streak and Magic fans are acting like he is the next Chris Paul! Reality check Orlando: The worst players in the NBA have lucky streaks. AI and Stuckey will expose Nelson for what he really is: a midget, second-string PG (at best)
A lucky streak? OK then, so a lucky streak that started in game 1 of last years playoffs and has lasted through 30 games this season. You arent very smart. Jameer is playing his game, its not a streak.
artman1973

Port Orange, FL

#12 Dec 29, 2008
Its funny how this game means a lot more to the pistons fans than it does to the magic fans. See magic fans Know the magic are a great team and Elite. While pistons fans wish thier team was great and elite. And the only satisfaction they get is in beating a team that is actually everything they want thier team to be.

“Life's a Beach”

Since: Dec 07

Cocoa Beach

#13 Dec 29, 2008
The current Pistons are the equivalent to the Atlanta Braves in baseball. A lot of good finishes in the regular season but just can't get over the hump to win it all except for once. Just not quite good enough and their window is running out.

Oh yeah, it was 82 degrees over the weekend here in Cocoa Beach and I was at the beach. What do you think the weather was like in Detroit over the weekend.

Actually I shouldn't let these northerners know how nice it is here because then they will all want to live here. Stay up north, PLEASE!

Go Magic. Orlando, the City Beautiful. Detroit, the Armpit of the United States.
Cartman

Orlando, FL

#14 Dec 29, 2008
"They are merely a rising heavyweight taking on a decorated contender, working their craft."

Nice try Brian. Jameer models his game after the old Philly star. The Magic are going to be very ready for this one.

Go Jameer! It is time for the padawan learner to eclipse the teacher.(In other words, kick his butt! ;-)
Cartman

Orlando, FL

#15 Dec 29, 2008
Cocoa Beach Fan wrote:
The current Pistons are the equivalent to the Atlanta Braves in baseball. A lot of good finishes in the regular season but just can't get over the hump to win it all except for once. Just not quite good enough and their window is running out.
Oh yeah, it was 82 degrees over the weekend here in Cocoa Beach and I was at the beach. What do you think the weather was like in Detroit over the weekend.
Actually I shouldn't let these northerners know how nice it is here because then they will all want to live here. Stay up north, PLEASE!
Go Magic. Orlando, the City Beautiful. Detroit, the Armpit of the United States.
If they live in Detroit, then they're too stupid to learn. At least, since the demise of the auto industry, the air must be cleaner up there. ;-)
Cartman

Orlando, FL

#16 Dec 29, 2008
LMAO wrote:
I STILL think that Stan VanGundy is now the Greatest Coach in the all time history of the NBA!...and maybe college too!
I
think the Magic will beat the Pistons so bad that 3 of the Pistons may retire after this game.
I
dont see the Magic losing anymore games this year. They will run the playoffs and beat the Lakers in the Finals. Hail SVG & The Magic.

Seems all wrapped up to me!
:)
Oh come on, Bud... at least vary your sarcastic hyperbole. Eg: Personally, I think you should be agitproping for JJ to get traded to Boston. With his help they might just become a contender.

:-)
The Living Tribunal

Miami, FL

#17 Dec 29, 2008
RASHEEEED wrote:
Tonight the Magic will be exposed for the weak team that they are. With the lone exception of Howard, they are one of the softest teams in the league. The Pistons are going to maul the Magic tonight....they're going to show them what tough, physical play does to soft wannabe-elite teams like Orlando.
The only way the Pistons will win tonight is if the fans bring guns to game and shoot all the Magic players. Tired and old Pistons are regretting trading Chauncey, like they actually have a chance to go after Lebron in 2010. Your coach sux. Dumars is looking like a fool these days, why'd he fire Flip Saunders? 60 wins every season wasn't good enough or was it to give his homeboy a head coaching job? Iverson is over the hill and he won't get it done. I used to have respect for the Pistons because they WERE an elite team, but Dumars is getting desperate, he drafted Darko when he could have had Anthony, D-Wade or bunch of other good players from that class. Pistons will make the playoffs and hopefully they will play Orlando so that "pigeon-poop on my head" Rasheed can finally retire his big mouth when they get swept!!
funny80sguy

Port Townsend, WA

#18 Dec 29, 2008
artman1973 wrote:
Its funny how this game means a lot more to the pistons fans than it does to the magic fans. See magic fans Know the magic are a great team and Elite. While pistons fans wish thier team was great and elite. And the only satisfaction they get is in beating a team that is actually everything they want thier team to be.
Actually, I never understood some of those fans who would go to another team's forum just to bash that other team. It seems to be in bad taste and a trifle sad. I wouldn't go to the Lakers or Spurs forums and brag about how the Magic beat them recently nor would I go to a Celtics forum to tell them what a big d.ouche I now think Kevin Garnett is.

People should cheer for their own team and not disrespect another fan's team.
RASHEEEED

Chicago, IL

#19 Dec 29, 2008
Keep living in fantasy-land Magic fans. The only reason for your recent success is a lucky 3-point shooting streak. Orlando lives and dies by the three-point line. They have very poor interior defense. Simply put, they cannot compete against the Celtics, Cavs, or Pistons in a seven-game series. Detroit will demolish Orlando tonight.
RASHEEEED

Chicago, IL

#20 Dec 29, 2008
Cocoa Beach Fan wrote:
The current Pistons are the equivalent to the Atlanta Braves in baseball. A lot of good finishes in the regular season but just can't get over the hump to win it all except for once. Just not quite good enough and their window is running out.
Oh yeah, it was 82 degrees over the weekend here in Cocoa Beach and I was at the beach. What do you think the weather was like in Detroit over the weekend.
Actually I shouldn't let these northerners know how nice it is here because then they will all want to live here. Stay up north, PLEASE!
Go Magic. Orlando, the City Beautiful. Detroit, the Armpit of the United States.
What the hell does the weather have to do with basketball? Why don't you go post on the Weather Channel instead, you confused fool.

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