Dwight Howard: Orlando Magic’s Center Wants Changes To Roster

May 30th, 2010 by Josh Dhani Leave a reply »
The Orlando Magic had a good off-season last year, having a highlight of adding small forward Vince Carter after Hedo Turkoglu left.

Adding Carter and couple of other players seemed good enough for an NBA championship in Orlando.

The Magic went on to win 59 games, sweeping the Charlotte Bobcats and the Atlanta Hawks in the first two rounds of the 2010 NBA Playoffs.

But it wasn't enough for the Eastern Conference Finals, as the Magic displayed a poor performance against the Boston Celtics, getting beat in six games.

After the Game Six loss, Dwight Howard said after the game that he wants changes to the roster.

"We've got to learn from our mistakes," Howard said. "Next year, we've got to have guys who are willing to give everything they've got to get wins."

He then went on to say his Magic doesn't have enough talent to challenge the veteran, but still bright, Celtics.

"In a series like this, it's not about skill or talent because it's the Eastern Conference championship. Both teams are talented and skilled. It's about who wants it the most, and who is willing to do it for a series. Those guys (Ce ...

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