The fact that the Golden State Warriors have won three NBA titles in the past four years should strike significant fear in the hearts and minds of their opponents. However, this is definitely not the case for Los Angeles Lakers president Magic Johnson....
by: David Whitley — Orlando Sentinel 3h
Philadelphia guard J.J. Redick had Magic rookie Mo Bamba on his podcast Thursday and told a strange story about finding a woman in a cage in the back of a car.
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by: Jack Maloney — CBS Sports 4h
Magic was back on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" talking about the upcoming season
by: Eric Rogers — Fadeaway World 6h
You may not have noticed this, but the NBA has changed quite a bit in the last 60 years o so. For
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 16h
“I just want to do something special in Charlotte.”
by: Avery Yang — Deadspin 20h
Before a chat with Orlando Magic rookie Mo Bamba, J.J. Redick opened today’s episode of his podcast with an account of how he supposedly saw a person in a cage in his car service driver’s trunk yesterday. Wait, what?
by: Josh Cohen — NBA 24h
by: prestonellis — SB Nation: Orlando Pinstriped Post 16 Aug
Do You Believe in Magic Podcast: Episode 29
by: Philip Rossman-Reich — Fansided: Orlando Magic Daily 16 Aug
It is easy to dismiss the Orlando Magic and any talk of the Playoffs. Early projections and looks at the roster suggest they could stay in the conversation...
by: Danny Small — Clutchpoints 16 Aug
It’s really too bad that no rookies from the 2018 draft class have any personality. Mo Bamba and Deandre Ayton got together for a hilarious dance session (and some singing) to the tune of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen. They might look ridiculous in.
by: Dan Feldman — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 16 Aug
Buss didn’t always sound this patient
by: Bruno Manrique — Clutchpoints 15 Aug
Los Angeles Lakers controlling-owner Jeanie Buss seems pretty happy with her choice to hire Hall of Famer Magic Johnson for the role of president of basketball operations, having yielded a mega-star in LeBron James in less than two years at the helm of...