Boston Celtics Men at Work Make Orlando Magic Disappear in Game Three Rout

May 23rd, 2010 by Frances White Leave a reply »

After each defeat by the Boston Celtics the weight on Dwight Howard's back has increased ten-fold.  Much like LeBron James, Howard the AAU wunderkin has been lost in the mirage of his own perceived greatness.  

He had been told all his life that he just had to show up and flex his chiseled frame and the whimpering masses would wilt.

That was the extent of the Magic’s game plan.  Feed the blue giant in the middle and shoot lights out from beyond the arc.  Orlando hoisted 30 three point attempts and made eight.  The Celtics on the other hand attempted 11 and made six.

When the three point shot was first re-introduced to the NBA, the idea was to give the offense additional weapons when a ...

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