Whether it’s online or off, it’s clear this man is a master of Magic.
Brad Nelson is a world renowned player of “Magic: The Gathering” and was recently named the 2010 Pro Player of the Year, a title reserved for the player who has earned the most pro points over the course of a season. The year Nelson was named Player of the Year was the first time ever that there has been a tie for the title — in the tie-breaker in February 2010, Nelson walked away the champion.
By Carrie Sandstrom , Bismarck Tribune
, October 03, 2011
The Orlando Magic showed they could survive with Dwight Howard in chronic foul trouble. With him on the floor, they looked dominant.
Howard had 21 points and 12 rebounds in one of the most crushing wins in Magic history, a 114-71 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal.
Vince Carter had 25 points, Dwight Howard finished with 15 points and 16 rebounds and the Orlando Magic beat the Lakers 96-94 on Sunday to hand Los Angeles its first three-game losing streak of the Pau Gasol-Kobe Bryant Era.
Orlando Magic forward Rashard Lewis tested positive for an elevated testosterone level and was suspended Thursday for 10 games.
Lewis said in a statement that he took an over-the-counter supplement late last season that included a substance he did not realize was banned by the NBA.
Vince Carter is going home to Orlando, and to the Eastern Conference champion Magic.
The New Jersey Nets dealt the eight-time NBA All Star, who grew up in Daytona Beach and lives in Orlando, and forward Ryan Anderson to the Magic on Thursday for point guard Rafer Alston, shooting guard Courtney Lee and power forward Tony Battie.
Missing for two games, Orlando found its Magic touch.
Making easy shots and tough ones from everywhere, the Magic won their first game in two visits to the NBA finals as Dwight Howard and Rashard Lewis scored 21 points apiece in a 108-104 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 3 on Tuesday night to pull within 2-1.
Kobe Bryant has changed his look.
Gone is the teeth-baring, nose-flaring, eyes-on-the-prize scowl that the Los Angeles Lakers star showed again and again in Game 1 of the NBA finals. The intensity diminished after Game 2, his expression morphing into one of relief and sheer luck.
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