Orlando Magic extend win streak, beat...

Orlando Magic extend win streak, beat Raptors

There are 66 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Nov 7, 2007, titled Orlando Magic extend win streak, beat Raptors. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Hedo Turkoglu had 24 points and a career-high 15 rebounds, Rashard Lewis scored 24 points, and the Orlando Magic beat the Toronto Raptors 105-96 on Wednesday night.

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rico4ever

Blackstock, SC

#62 Nov 8, 2007
Remember, as soon as you see Mike Bianchi jump the Magic bandwagon, please throw him over board. I'm still waiting for Mike to apologize to Bobby Bowden for his premature, Bobby you're done column he wrote a few weeks back. How did you like the 'Noles knocking off No. 2? Huh Mike?

“Aww jiggah please!”

Since: Feb 07

McKinney

#63 Nov 8, 2007
MAGIC FAN wrote:
wow...i sure am glad that we did not trade hedo this offseason like about 75% of you wanted to for another big. Seems like that might be the best "non-move" we have ever done...at least so far with only 5 games in the season
I'm not going to lie, I was one of them, but I'm glad to see him ballin' like he is. HEDO I'M SORRY DOG!!!
Paul

Orlando, FL

#64 Nov 8, 2007
Quit crying about ARROYO, it is getting old.
do yourself a favor and jump in front of the Amtrak
steven wrote:
Arroyo needs to go. Obviously they are throwing him out there to set up a trade. I have never seen anyone do as many dumb things on the court than that guy. He can't shoot, can't pass and can barlet dribble. He might be good enough for that PR team, but no the NBA. Trade him quick Otis, find some sucker.
Jackson

Henderson, NV

#65 Nov 8, 2007
one more try wrote:
"Who other than Tim Duncan is better as far as the International players are concerned, than Hedo Turkoglu?"
LOL.. come on man, I like Turk as much as the next guy, but off the top of my head I would say Steve Nash, Dirk, Yao, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili.
I knew i would get a response like this, im not talking overall ability, im talkgin about performance, thus far. He's playing better than dirk, nash, He has less talent on him team, and hes led the magic 2 a 4-1 start so far, i think its a fair statement, read between the lines bud.
artie

Orlando, FL

#66 Nov 9, 2007
Where have you been the last 10 years?
XxXx wrote:
do not worry. You still have to go through Boston in the East. Go Boston!
JOSE PEREZ

Guayanilla, Puerto Rico

#67 Nov 9, 2007
ARROYO AND JAMEER, BOTH ARE DECENT PLAYERS. STOP THE INSIGNIFICANT BICKERING. CONCENTRATE IN WINNING. GO MAGIC.

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