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    LA artist donates 1,800 paintings to Brooklyn hospital, one for every employee 6 Grocery Shopping Safety Tips That Dont Actually Work After the Orlando Magic laid off 31 people, including long-time writer John Denton, Stan Van Gundy called the owners out The NBA’s Orlando Magic made the decision to lay off 31 full-time staffers Friday, around one-tenth of their workforce of 300 employees. One of the impacted employees is long-time writer John Denton, who had spent the last 10 years working for the team after a previous decade-plus stint at Florida Today (he also regularly contributed to ESPN.com during his time with Florida Today). Here are the tweets he sent Saturday about his departure: © Provided by Awful Announcing John Denton on Twitter. I want to thank the fans who read my Magic stories over the last 23 years — 13 with Florida Today & 10 while working for...
    Seth Meyers: America Is in Free Fall Because of Trumps Intentional Cruelty (Video) US coronavirus: Arizona and Texas counties hit hard by coronavirus bring in refrigerated trucks as morgues fill up Markelle Fultz reports to Orlando restart after non-coronavirus delay © Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images Markelle Fultz was starting to find some confidence and a groove with the Orlando Magic — 12.1 points and 5.6 assists a night as the team’s starting point guard. He was initiating an offense that was best in the NBA after the All-Star break, and he looked like a solid rotation player. Fultz did not ride the bus with teammates to the NBA’s restart campus in Orlando, he had a non-coronavirus matter to attend to, but he is there now reports Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. Orlando Magic guard Markelle Fultz has arrived at the NBA bubble at Disney and has begun...
    Watch adorable pups find their forever homes in HBO Maxs The Dog House trailer Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Moderna, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Gap, PVH & more Orlando’s James Ennis admits he had COVID-19, is now recovered and practicing © Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images Add James Ennis — who has started most games at the three for Orlando since being traded there at the deadline — to the list of players who had COVID-19. Ennis is recovered and Wednesday returned to practice but admitted to reporters in a zoom he was one of the players who had tested positive for the disease. From Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. On a Zoom call with reporters, James Ennis III said he was the Magic player who tested positive for COVID-19. Ennis said he had a headache for 4-5 days and some nausea. Ennis said he's feeling well, and...
    The “happiest place on Earth” is doing its best to convince visitors it is also among the safest. Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida reopened its doors to guests on July 11, three months after shutting them in March at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Masked staff welcomed back visitors to the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom Parks as confirmed cases of the virus surge to record levels in Florida. But Disney hopes to prevent any in-park spread through new safety protocols. In addition to workers wearing face coverings, Disney’s website states that guests are also now required to mask up, submit to temperature screenings and maintain social distance from others. The new mandates have significantly changed the atmosphere of the park. A clip and photos taken on opening day show new signage and sanitation stations, and there are also now regular audio reminders to guests. “About every 10...
    When Shaquille O’Neal entered the NBA in 1992, he made an astounding statement right from his first game. There had been no other player physically dominant as much as Shaq was. The Orlando Magic rightly chose him as their first pick, but couldn’t hold on to him for long.  During his four years with the Magic, Shaq wonderfully shaped into one of the best players in the league. As a rookie, Shaq averaged 23.4 points, 13.9 rebounds per game. The biggest achievement for Shaq as a Magic player came when he led his team to the 1995 NBA Finals. Although they got swept by the Houston Rockets, the Magic team defeated Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls en route to the finals. During his time in Orlando, Shaquille O’Neal developed a destructive partnership with Penny Hardaway. The duo combined brilliantly to outplay their opponents for a span of four years....
    Terrence Ross, #31, Orlando Magic, Evan Fournier, #10, (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) The Orlando Magic teammates uploaded video blogs to Instagram on their first day inside the NBA bubble. Tuesday, July 7, was the day most teams descended into the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida, possibly for the next 97 days. What better way to get an exclusive view of life inside the bubble than from the players themselves? That’s exactly what Magic teammates Evan Fournier and Terrence Ross gave us. Both players uploaded 10-minute video blogs to Instagram of their first day inside their new home. What did Terrence Ross show inside the NBA bubble?https://www.instagram.com/tv/CCWKYNRnu8D/ Ross began with a quick panorama of his hotel room. At first glance, it looks like a typical hotel room with basic amenities: a bed, two chairs, coffee maker, couch and television, This isn’t surprising considering teams were assigned...
    Orlando Magic is already in the Disney World complex | Michael Reaves / . The NBA will be back later this month at the Disney World complex and the local Orlando Magic team was logically the first to arrive at the place where the league will resume activities after more than four months away. The team’s official account shared a photo in which several members of the squad are seen ready to board the bus and depart for what will be the home of 22 NBA teams starting this week. The @Orlandomagic depart @AmwayCenter for @WaltDisneyWorld with a social message: Get off the bench. Get into the game. Vote. #GameOn | #WholeNewGame pic.twitter.com/T9g9sgfkMo – Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) July 7, 2020 The Magic’s first official game will be on July 31 against the Brooklyn Nets. The team ranks eighth in the Eastern Conference with a record of 30 wins and 35...
    Zach LaVine would be in the sights of the Orlando Magic | Jonathan Daniel / . The Orlando Magic will be one of 22 teams to participate in the NBA comeback at the Disney World complex later this month. However, expectations are not very high regarding the possibilities of the team to fight against the strongest. That is why, from now on, the organization would be analyzing movements for the future, seeking to become one of the powers of the Eastern Conference. In that sense, a report by Zack Buckley of the Bleacher Report revealed that Zach LaVine of the Bulls would be one of the management’s objectives. NBA Rumors: Zach LaVine Could Be Traded To Magic For Mo Bamba, Terrence Ross, And 2020 1st-Round Pick – NBA News – https://t.co/Ao0V4KpctP – NBA News Now (@ NBANewsNow247) July 2, 2020 LaVine is averaging 25.5 points per game and the team’s...
    After being excluded from the list of teams that would be returning in the 2019-20 NBA season, rumors have started to circulate around veteran shooting guard Zach LaVine and his future with the Chicago Bulls. With their inability to reach the Eastern Conference Playoffs in the past three seasons, there are speculations that the Bulls would make a huge roster overhaul in the 2020 NBA offseason and make LaVine available on the trade market. Once the Bulls start entertaining calls for LaVine, several NBA teams are expected to express a strong interest in adding him to their roster, including the Orlando Magic. In his recent article, Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report included the LaVine-to-Magic deal on his list of realistic offseason trades NBA fanbases won’t see coming after the 2019-20 NBA season. In the proposed trade scenario, the Magic would be offering a trade package that includes Mo Bamba, Terrence...
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