Nelson, Bogut leave Magic-Bucks game

Nelson, Bogut leave Magic-Bucks game

There are 77 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Nov 24, 2008, titled Nelson, Bogut leave Magic-Bucks game. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Orlando point guard Jameer Nelson and Milwaukee center Andrew Bogut both left Monday night's game with injury.

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Jameer Nelson

Waynesville, NC

#2 Nov 24, 2008
Just when it seemed he found himself taking the point ver well all things came to a sudden halt...hes played very well the last 5 games and looked to have found his rythem..hope he returns soon..As for the magic hopefully we can get some bench players to come out strong. JJ Redick played pretty well with 10 points and 3 rebounds. Howard lets try to not to block all the shots thats how your hurting yourself. All in all it was a decent game that got ugly in the last 5 minutes. Good game Magic. Keep your heads up. Happy Thanksgiving as you will be on the road the next two games! Make Us Proud!
-The White and Blue Faithful!!-
Michael in Ocoee

United States

#3 Nov 24, 2008
Did Jim call this win, folks?
Jim

West Monroe, LA

#4 Nov 24, 2008
Tonight does not count as a blown prediction for me because of Michael Redd and Luke Ridnour missing the game. In addition to this tonight could actually be considered a loss for allowing Milwaukee to stick around and have a chance to win at the end.
Jim

West Monroe, LA

#5 Nov 24, 2008
I also hit it right on the money in calling the 5 fouls for Dwight. Bogut made him look silly in the first half.
Jim

West Monroe, LA

#6 Nov 24, 2008
Tonight was ok. A win is a win even when it is ugly. Nothing to brag about in this one folks. Even Nanningbob would agree with me on that assessment.
funny80sguy

Aberdeen, WA

#9 Nov 24, 2008
Jim wrote:
The Magic will lose tomorrow to the Milwaukee Bucks. You heard it here first folks. I might as well say it now so I won't have to repeat myself tomorrow night after the game.**** I called this loss folks.
I'm glad Jim saved himself the trouble of repeating himself by calling it yesterday. Who would want him to strain himself from future predictions? I'm sure Jim wouldn't be foolish enough to say that this particular prediction doesn't count by citing that the Bucks were missing a player that hasn't played the last few weeks like Michael Redd. He would just make himself look really dumb by using that "reasoning" since everyone knew that Redd wouldn't be playing the Magic game since he was severely injured early in the season. Jim is too wise for that I'm sure and is always informed when he makes his predictions.

At risk of sounding assinine, "you heard it here first."
Cocoa Beach Fan

Ocoee, FL

#10 Nov 24, 2008
Jim wrote:
Tonight does not count as a blown prediction for me because of Michael Redd and Luke Ridnour missing the game. In addition to this tonight could actually be considered a loss for allowing Milwaukee to stick around and have a chance to win at the end.
You are so predictable. I knew before I even looked on the blog that Jim would say it didn't count because Michael Redd didn't play. If you are going to predict games you might want to do a little research prior to the game to see if anyone is not playing before your start spouting off. So far the Magic are 10-4 and you are 2-12, I've been counting.
Neighb

Honolulu, HI

#11 Nov 24, 2008
Jim wrote:
Tonight does not count as a blown prediction for me because of Michael Redd and Luke Ridnour missing the game. In addition to this tonight could actually be considered a loss for allowing Milwaukee to stick around and have a chance to win at the end.
Jimbo in Titstown:

Not only are you no good at GUESSING if the Magic will win or lose, you don't even have enough sense to read the daily injury reports put out by the NBA. Redd was injured in a game against the Knicks on NOVEMBER 2!!!(That's nearly a month ago and plenty of time for you to figure out that he was not even remotely likely to play against the Magic)

You are a gasbag who knows NOT A DAMN THING about the NBA, it's players or the Magic. Get the hell out of this thread, dude.
Cocoa Beach Fan

Ocoee, FL

#12 Nov 24, 2008
Nothing fancy in this game, it's a win though. I hope Jameer isn't hurt too bad, but strained groins can be a little tricky. He was playing a good game when he got hurt.

When Rashard went down, I thought, holy crap, here we go. We were pretty lucky last year not getting hit with the injury bug.

Dwight's 2nd foul was a joke tonight. Vilanouva (however you spell it) had two hands and pushed Dwight in the lower back, then D12 makes a hard move to the basket and gets called for an offensive fouls.

I'm diggin all of Dwight's blocked shots.

I have to say, JJ is not hurting us at all on the defensive end. He's playing really hard right now. I still think he's missing shots that will start falling for him the more comfortable he gets with his role on the team.

GO MAGIC and Happy Thanksgiving!
Steve

Deland, FL

#13 Nov 24, 2008
That 2nd foul had me fuming. Once again the refs don't call things both ways. Dwight must have came out with a head full of steam, because he got all of his block shots in the 2nd half, 4 in the 3rd quarter along.
JJ is playing great right now, took another charge this game, hit some big shots and keeps the offense moving around. Courtney Lee looks like a great draft pick, something we haven't done in a long time, other than #1's.
Hopefully Jameer's injury isn't too bad, you could see how much the team misses him when he's not in the game. He can get to the basket almost at will most games.
Jim

West Monroe, LA

#14 Nov 24, 2008
Ok everyone needs to calm down here. This should have been a romp for the Magic against this high school team and Richard Jefferson.

Clearly Milwaukee wins this one if Bogut had played the rest of the game. The dude can't jump over a phone book and yet he owned Dwight tonight in the first half.
Jim

West Monroe, LA

#15 Nov 24, 2008
I am just glad that Thanksgiving is on a Thursday this year. I have a lot to do on Friday.
where are the haters

Winter Garden, FL

#16 Nov 24, 2008
jim is an idiot i cant believe you idiots give him attention

hey buddy do you even get half the magic games out there in titusville? how about you stfu, nobody cares about your retarded predictions since most of them are losses anyways

you are the definition of fairweather fan, did you even watch the magic the first few years after the 21-61 debacle or did you jump off the bandwagon w/ everyone else when Tmac got traded. or better yet you are one of those ppl that jumped off when shaq left town and decided to get back on just now LOL

too easy....GTFO
Rob

Orlando, FL

#17 Nov 24, 2008
Jim wrote:
I am just glad that Thanksgiving is on a Thursday this year. I have a lot to do on Friday.
It's always on thursday. Every year.
Coastel NOLE

Montgomery, AL

#18 Nov 24, 2008
"hey buddy do you even get half the magic games out there in titusville?"
hey NOW! US Brevardians get all the magic games.
nanningbob

United States

#19 Nov 25, 2008
Cocoa Beach Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
You are so predictable. I knew before I even looked on the blog that Jim would say it didn't count because Michael Redd didn't play. If you are going to predict games you might want to do a little research prior to the game to see if anyone is not playing before your start spouting off. So far the Magic are 10-4 and you are 2-12, I've been counting.
2-12 What 2 did he pick right? Magic win again. NEXT.

Just put me down for a win every night and I will be between 65-70% right.
Jim Jr

AOL

#20 Nov 25, 2008
I am an idiot who needs attention. You heard it hear first folks...
James Hetfield

Cocoa, FL

#21 Nov 25, 2008
this Jim guy seems like an idiot who needs attention
John

Polk City, FL

#22 Nov 25, 2008
Well I've said it before and and will say it again, There is a good solid point guard in Orlando who the fans still love and would be mentor to Jameer and a solid backup. I'm speaking of Darrell Armstrong he maybe older but when I saw him at his camp this year he looked ready and hungry to play and he said he would love the chance top play for the Magic and Dwight. So Orlando management and Ottis give DA a call he wants to be there!!!
Michael in Ocoee

United States

#23 Nov 25, 2008
Jim wrote:
Ok everyone needs to calm down here. This should have been a romp for the Magic against this high school team and Richard Jefferson.
Clearly Milwaukee wins this one if Bogut had played the rest of the game. The dude can't jump over a phone book and yet he owned Dwight tonight in the first half.
Those kind of comments aren't gonna get it done, son. They don't end the game at the 1/2.

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