How the Orlando Magic Can Avoid a Conference Finals Disappearing Act Tonight

May 24th, 2010 by Erik Landau Leave a reply »
Dwight Howard, this is the Eastern Conference Finals. Calling out for one Dwight Howard. Is Dwight Howard present?

It has been that kind of a feeling through the first three games. Lets face it, this series is over. The series was over after Game One when Rasheed Wallace and Kendrick Perkins were able to disrupt the interior game of Howard.

As we enter tonight on the heels of a sweep in Boston, there are many points of focus that can be tapped on why the Magic are losing this series. There are also reasons that they could still win tonight's game and at least finish the series with respectability. Here are a few:

Vince Carter decides to drive Toronto Style

Vince has been typical Vince for the most part in this series. He still pulls up for a jumper when he has the lane on Paul Pierce every time. He can't break out of his routine of jumpers over dunks. His drives still cost the Celtics in terms of fouls and if he continues to drive, the Celtics bench will be forced to be out on the floor for a larger amount of the game. If Vince decides to stop taking it easy and plays like half man, half amazing for a little bit, the Magic have a cha ...

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