Magic’s Weaknesses Unveil Anything But Magical Touch in Legitimate Test

May 23rd, 2010 by Jonathan Mathis Leave a reply »

In a postseason with dull routs and lopsided finishes, the Orlando Magic, once regarded as the emerging franchise with the next dominant big man in one of the largest cities, all of a sudden has been deprived of creating a magical sequence, similar to the one a year ago, when the Magic earned a bid to the NBA Finals.

In Orlando, a beautiful vacationing spot, the population believed in a magical shooting touch, a category the Magic is usually proficient in compiling points.

It’s no longer unfathomable to realize that Orlando was untested and slightly deeper than Charlotte and Atlanta.

What exactly symbolized the fate of the Magic, a heartless and harmless match against Boston, is a team completely lost on defense and bewildered in finding the weaknesses of the aging Celtics.

And really, it’s hard to imagine Orlando avoiding a humiliating sweep in a series in which they ...

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