Former Orlando Magic guard JJ Redick took exception with Dwyane Wade’s entrance to the arena before game four of the Heat-Bulls series. Redick hopped on his Instagram page and posted a picture of how players should enter the arena, at least how he sees it. Redick then followed that picture with a lengthy caption.
As the Orlando Magic’s 2012-13 draws to an end, it’s time to look back and recognize the players on the team who performed well. I will go through and name each player who deserves the following awards: Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, Most Improved Player, Worst Player of the Year, and Coolest Player to Run into in Downtown Orlando.
On Wednesday we told you that Kansas guard Ben McLemore and Indiana guard Victor Oladipo declared for this year’s NBA Draft, now the basketball world has learned that Michigan’s Trey Burke will throw his name in the Draft pool. Burke made the announcement at Michigan’s Crisler Center during a press conference.
JJ Redick’s return to Orlando didn’t quite work out the way he would have liked as the Magic needed overtime to defeat the Bucks 113-103. Redick would go on to score 16 points in 42 minutes for the Bucks, who dropped to 37-41. The Magic improved to 20-59 and moved 1.5 games ahead of Charlotte for the worst record in the league with three games left.
Usually around this time for Orlando Magic fans, we are gearing up for the playoffs. Not this year. Magic fans will soon be gearing up for June’s Draft, which should be the most exciting Draft since drafting Dwight Howard in 2004.
On Tuesday, two big names threw their names in the hat for the Draft: Kansas shooting guard Ben McLemore and Indiana guard Victor Oladipo. According to Yahoo! Sports’ article, McLemore is predicted by many to be the Draft’s top pick. McLemore averaged nearly 16 points per game for the Jayhawks, who lost to Michigan in the regional semifinals in the NCAA Tournament.
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