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08:07 AM ET 02.24 | Perhaps the break comes at a good time for Orlando. [The Magic] held a quick team meeting after Thursday night's loss, and some voices were raised in frustration. The yelling was audible outside the dressing-room door. "We talked about everybody coming back together," Magic forward Ryan Anderson said. "We got to keep each other accountable and make sure we play with great effort every night." The Magic didn't begin their All-Star break on a merry note, ending their four-game road trip by losing to the Atlanta Hawks, 83-78 at Philips Arena. Coach Stan Van Gundy was none too pleased as the Magic slipped to 22-13. "I've been saying this to you guys ... I come across as negative. We don't play hard every night," Van Gundy said.

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February 24, 2012  09:08 AM ET

Memo to Otis: DO SOMETHING!

February 24, 2012  09:16 AM ET

22-13 at the break is pretty good considering all the Howard trade talk.

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February 24, 2012  09:20 AM ET

They've been clear that they would wait until after All-Star break to do something with Dwight. I think there will be a lot of churn with the Magic over the next couple of weeks.

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February 24, 2012  09:28 AM ET

Shhhhhhhhhhhh, Bros.

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February 24, 2012  09:46 AM ET
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This organization and its management are a joke, but I will say this for this moron of an owner we have here in NY (Jimmy Boy), he would never lose an Ewing caliber center, unlike those morons in Orlando Pal!!!

pal, ewing was 15 years ago.
who have they kept (that anybody wanted) since then?

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February 24, 2012  09:59 AM ET
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It seems that in effort to mentally joust with Brooklyn Kid, the point is being missed here which is the NY Knicks don't lose players to free agency because they don't want to stay. If we get a player, he is ours to keep or discard at our pleasure.

do you have an answer for the question in post #14?

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