Keyon Dooling says he knew he wouldn'...

Keyon Dooling says he knew he wouldn't return to Orlando Magic

There are 28 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jul 15, 2008, titled Keyon Dooling says he knew he wouldn't return to Orlando Magic. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Keyon Dooling , alternately angered and philosophical in the last few days, said Tuesday that he knew from the beginning that contract talks between he and the Orlando Magic were not going to lead to a return ...

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Nostradamus

United States

#22 Jul 15, 2008
Dude wrote:
how long will the tanked economy be able to pay these guys?
241 years, 159 days and 22 hours
d12rocks

Newnan, GA

#23 Jul 15, 2008
Nostradamus wrote:
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241 years, 159 days and 22 hours
could be just a lot more exact.
nanningbob

San Francisco, CA

#24 Jul 15, 2008
This was a surprise and I really liked Keyon. He contributed. I guess a tweener guard is not what we wanted in the long run. Sorry to see him guy. Good luck Keyon.
Tzar

Orlando, FL

#25 Jul 15, 2008
Dooling's problem is that he is a compulsive shooter that once he makes up his mind will not pass the ball even when guarded by 5 7 footers and the rest of his team unguarded under the basket. Bombs away !!!! He also has a low basketball IQ and makes horrendous mistakes in the play-offs with the game on the line... other than that he is a special player...
jim

Bainbridge Island, WA

#26 Jul 19, 2008
according to Hoopshype, Dooling is going to sign a 2 year 10mil contract with the Magic and be traded to Nets for there 3.3 mil exception they got in the Jason Kidd trade. If that happens, hopefully we can get another big.

Since: Jan 08

Gotha, FL

#27 Jul 19, 2008
With the Trade exception that the Magic will get from the Dooling deal, They can acquire a player like Charlie Villanueva or Shelden Williams
Mike

Fort Mill, SC

#28 Jul 19, 2008
Dooling may be a class act off the court, but he was not a team player on it. When he had the ball in his hands the only thing he saw were human objects standing between him and the basket. He would not pass the ball to a wide open player. He is a great 1-on-1 player, but this is a team sport. SEE YA KEYON!!
big boss man

Lady Lake, FL

#29 Jul 20, 2008
you pay the hamster nelson, but you don't pay keyon..go figure. that is why the magic will never win a championship..........

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