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Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has been suspended one game without pay for elbowing Philadelphia 76ers center Samuel Dalembert in the head, it was announced today by Stu Jackson, NBA Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.
Sun Sports/Fox Sports Florida and the Orlando Magic have announced the local television Playoff schedule coverage information.
The Orlando Ballet embarks upon its 35th anniversary this month with a host of reasons to celebrate. the Company has recently names Robert Hill as artistic director. As they prepare to give the community its first glimpse into Hill’s mastery, Encore! (March 27-29), promises to evoke, entertain and amaze with an infusion of classical ballet and stunning athletic movements with bold twists like techno music and other contemporary tunes.
With 16 games remaining in the season, Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic show no signs of slowing down. Tuesday the Magic face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the ominous Quicken Loans Arena where the Cavs are league-best 27-1.
On various Thursday afternoons throughout the current school year, volunteers from the Orlando Magic’s corporate office have arrived at Lake Como Elementary on the city’s south-side to fill more than 200 backpacks with an assortment of food. The Magic’s Dwight Howard pledged $25,000 of the DeVos Community Enrichment Award he received from the Rich and Helen DeVos Foundation for his efforts off the court.
The Orlando Magic have acquired guard Tyronn Lue from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for guard-forward Keith Bogans and cash considerations.
The Orlando Magic’s Stan Van Gundy and the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Kevin McHale today were named the NBA Eastern and Western Conference Coaches of the Month, respectively, for games played in January.
Like President Obama we understand that working together through many different voices, backgrounds and cultures is where our greatest opportunity for success lies. Our team represents the Orlando community and we wouldn't be who we are without our outstanding fans and exceptional employees.
Orlando is 35-41 all-time vs. Boston in regular season action (26-12 at home, 9-29 on the road), including 0-1 this season.