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Beasley: Magic 'might be better' without Dwight Howard

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04:24 PM ET 11.05 | The Orlando Magic have shocked everyone by racing off to a 2-0 start after trading Dwight Howard. Few expect this to keep up over an 82-game season, but already, there's at least one person that's wondering if the loss of Howard is somehow addition by subtraction. "It might be better for them that they don't have Dwight Howard," Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasly said after the Magic's 115-94 win on Sunday. "Their all-around scoring is better." That's a bold statement, but if the Magic keep playing this well, who knows.

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November 5, 2012  05:51 PM ET

Okay....And Cleveland is better off without Lebron....BS Alert!!!

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November 5, 2012  07:06 PM ET

When is it a "shock" to start the season 2-0? I guess when there is not expectation from them?

November 5, 2012  07:20 PM ET

"no"

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November 6, 2012  07:57 AM ET

People c'mon........we all know Beasly is bi polar. He sucked down the wrong pill at half time. Now here's a guy who went from being the Number one pick and college player of the year to the "Hop Around Kid", yeah, the great journeyman at such a young age....absolutely ridiculous!

November 6, 2012  09:23 AM ET

People actually listen to what Beasley has to say??? Dude needs to worry about fitting in with his new team then what the Magic are doing..

 
November 6, 2012  09:38 AM ET

Children Should Be Seen And Not Heard, Bro.

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