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4 min ago | Orlando Pinstripe Post
After a disappointing 0-3 week last week, the Orlando Magic are 19-48, which continues to be the third-worst record in the NBA.
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Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers regularly watched games dressed in all black.
8 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
Nothing has gone right for the Celtics this season. Especially from Dec. 18-Jan. 29 when the Celtics lost 19 of 22 games.
The Orlando Magic will sign rookie center Dewayne Dedmon for the remainder of this season after his second 10-day contract expired at 11:59 Sunday night.
Shawn Marion scored 19 points, Vince Carter added 18 and the Dallas Mavericks beat Oklahoma City 109-86 on Sunday night, ending a seven-game regular-season losing streak to the Thunder.
During an NBA season, almost all teams go through stretches in which players on the same roster simultaneously struggle to sink their free throws.
Draya Michele, Brandi Maxiell, and Malaysia Pargo sat down to discuss their show "Basketball Wives LA," but it got ugly really fast.
With Saturday night's loss to the Memphis Grizzlies , the Philadelphia 76ers became the sixth team in NBA history to lose 20 or more straight games in one season, and tied the franchise record as well.
Q: The Big Three have worked well again this season, while Greg Oden and Michael Beasley have not so far.
Back in 2010-2011 when all of our most magical dreams were realized and the Dallas Mavericks took hold of their first championship, knocking off the Portland Trail Blazers, sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers and ending that variance of a Laker dynasty in convincing fashion.
It's rarely a bad time to acquire a superstar. Other variables might loosen a team's need, but timing should never be one of them.
The Magic's Darrell Armstrong is all smiles in the final minute of their 105-98 win over the Seattle Super Sonics on November 8, 2002.
With one of the most promising groups of college basketball players in recent memory preparing to enter the upcoming 2014 NBA Draft, general managers, owners, and fans around the league are already licking their lips with excitement.
The Celtics lost a game Friday night, and coach Brad Stevens thought they lost their poise as well.
For those that have, I'm going to start by lining up the teams, in order of draft choice, based on today's standings.
The Washington Wizards went into Orlando tonight and took a 15-point first half lead over the Magic, but lost it all, fell behind and finally rallied to a 4-point win in overtime, 105-101.