Orlando Magic’s Big Questions at the Four Spot

June 10th, 2010 by Wil Bradley Leave a reply »

Like most sports, the NBA consists of two seasons—the regular season and the playoffs. The NBA's post-season differs from its regular season, perhaps more than any other sport.


Take a look at the past two seasons. The team with the best regular season record, has not reached the NBA Finals.


In the NBA playoffs, games tend to slow down, and open looks for jump shooters become much more scarce. Defense dominates. Getting shots in the paint becomes a premium.


Not just because of the increased field goal percentage, but also because of the increased free throw opportunities.


For the Magic, two consecutive 59 win seasons, fostered hope that the post-season would end in a championship.


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