Zen Magic: Orlando Magic’s Obstacles to an NBA Championship

December 20th, 2009 by C.J. Myles Leave a reply »
I've been missing over the last couple of weeks due to a heavy workload (our company came out with a new device and and the glitches kept coming). However, the Zen is back, and even while working, I managed to watch the Magic and their interesting losses last week. I almost want my 10 bucks back for the Android app I purchased to watch them.

I've continuously watched Carter shoot sub-par percentages and wondered if we were better off with Turkoglu. Then I played NBA 2K10 (please don't start a 2K v. Live war here) and found out that he's listed as a "SF/PG." Ew, really?

Anyway, I'm starting to doubt whether the Magic can make it to the Finals this year. We have certain obstacles standing in the way, made by us.


Dwight Howard

There's no other way I can say this; he needs a post game and a jump shot. Most of the time, Howard gets the ball he's so far in the paint that he can get tied up easily. The loss to Phoenix showed how easily Howard can be controlled: 1-for-1 from the field and a plethora of missed free throws. He has had numerous performances like that, including foul trouble and other free throw games (where he ...

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