If the rationale behind ousting coach Stan Van Gundy and general manager Otis Smith was to make staying in Orlando more appealing to Dwight Howard, the Magic failed.
Orlando and Dwight Howard seem like a match made by ... well, Magic. So why isn't the big man eager to stay? Can this relationship be saved? It should be.
Our columnist's inbox is full of responses about David Tyree.
Tough to nitpick Shaq's fabulous 19-year career, but the truth is that he could've done even more than he did.
How to keep Dwight Howard in Orlando in one easy lesson: Hire former Magic coach Doc Rivers as soon as he's available.
He's turned the Bobcats into something they've never been before: relevant. He's a star on and off the court. Isn't it about time people get over Stephen Jackson's role in the Palace Brawl?
Dwight leaps tall buildings in a single bound. Shaq is more powerful than a locomotive. Both have powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men. Who is the NBA's real Superman?
It was a different time when Ron Artest and the Pacers took on the Pistons and their fans five years ago. But how much has really changed?
Our ESPN Page 2 columnist forecasts the regular-season outcome for the Eastern Conference
Jemele Hill has seen the truth -- Orlando can become a legit sports city.
Dwight Howard and Rashard Lewis are getting the attention, but Hedo Turkoglu might be the Magic's MVP so far.
Call it the Curse of Shaq: The Orlando Magic just got jilted again, so you can understand why the locals call them the Tragic, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
David Stern is dangerously close to selling out the NBA and its core fans, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.