Today (March 13th) you can meet Orlando Magic starting point guard, Jameer Nelson, as well as Thoughts of a Jeanius & 102 JAMZ own, myself Mean Jean, at the Boost Mobile on West Colonial Dr. in Orlando.
— Mean Jean (@itsMeanJean) March 12, 2013
On Tuesday, Howard sat down for an interview with a Los Angeles-based TV station and offered up a line that seems to have rubbed a lot of people the wrong way: “My team in Orlando was a team full of people that nobody wanted,” Howard said in the interview.
Add Jameer Nelson to the list of people that aren’t happy with Dwight Howard’s recent comments about the Magic being a “team full of people that nobody wanted,” this according to Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel.
Ahead of Wednesday night’s game in Miami, Nelson met with the media and gave his thoughts on Howard’s recent comments:
The Orlando Magic have teamed up with Chase to give the fans a meet and greet with Magic point guard Jameer Nelson, the team announced today via their Facebook page. The two recently partnered up in a new sponsorship deal, which will be the team’s third-largest sponsorship deal.
As the NBA trade deadline approaches, we will likely hear every scenario of trades involving the Orlando Magic. The rumors probably won’t be as serious as last year (involving Dwight Howard), but there will be a lot of rumors. In a report today, Steve Kyler of HoopsWorld says the Magic are gaining interest from teams around the league for Jameer Nelson, Arron Afflalo, and JJ Redick.
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