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  • Former Gator Scottie Wilbekin works out for the Orlando Magic

    Former Gator Scottie Wilbekin works out for the Orlando Magic
    Former Gators star Scottie Wilbekin said the Orlando Magic would be a perfect landing land spot for him if he is lucky enough to end up in the NBA. The Gainesville native said he worked out for the team on Tuesday – two days prior to Thursday...
  • 7 local buildings vie for AIA People's Choice award

    7 local buildings vie for AIA People's Choice award
    Seven buildings in the Orlando area are vying for a “People’s Choice” award from the Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Florida). They are: the Amway Center, Nemours Children’s Hospital, Adventist Health...
  • Napier bounces back, Ennis leads Heat in summer win

    Napier bounces back, Ennis leads Heat in summer win
       This time Miami Heat first-round acquisition Shabazz Napier got off to a better start, making his first two shots in Sunday's 110-91 summer-league victory over the Brooklyn Nets at the Amway Center, but it was 2013 second-round acquisition James...
  • Former Gators star Scottie Wilbekin is trying to prove he belongs in the NBA

    Former Gators star Scottie Wilbekin is trying to prove he belongs in the NBA
    The last time point guard Scottie Wilbekin played competitive games inside Amway Center, he and the Florida Gators were fighting for their NCAA Tournament lives. Wilbekin has returned to Amway Center — this time to fight for his basketball future....
  • Ben Gordon: 'You always want to go somewhere where they want you'

    Ben Gordon: 'You always want to go somewhere where they want you'
    Even when you’re a 31-year-old NBA veteran, it’s nice to go somewhere you’re wanted. That’s how Ben Gordon feels about the Orlando Magic. Two years removed from being sent from the Detroit Pistons to the Charlotte Bobcats as...
  • Triangle offensive: Heat seeing triple during free agency

    Triangle offensive: Heat seeing triple during free agency
      Consider it the triangle offensives. On dual fronts.   On one front, there is the primary challenge for the Miami Heat of retaining LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, with the NBA's free-agency signing window opening Thursday.   On the other,...
  • Watch: Aaron Gordon shows off his athleticism with this spectacular block

    Watch: Aaron Gordon shows off his athleticism with this spectacular block
    For the Orlando Magic, the best play from their summer-league opener came from rookie forward Aaron Gordon. Gordon blocked a shot by K.J. McDaniels that elicited some gasps from the audience inside Amway Center's practice gym. Gordon, the fourth...
  • Napier's Heat summer debut a learning experience

    Napier's Heat summer debut a learning experience
      The last time Shabazz Napier played in a competitive setting, it was on April 7 in front of 79,238 at AT&T Stadium in Texas, leading the University of Connecticut to 60-54 victory over Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament championship game.    Saturday,...
  • Previewing the Orlando Pro Summer League

    The Orlando Pro Summer League will begin Saturday morning on Amway Center's practice court. The league is closed to the public, but all of the games will be televised on NBA TV. Here's a look at some of the key storylines to watch. The key rookies The...
  • Heat weigh Luol Deng options; Rockets eyeing Chris Bosh

    Heat weigh Luol Deng options; Rockets eyeing Chris Bosh
      Miami Heat President Pat Riley continues to think big. The problem is so do his competitors.   The latest power move by Riley was a Saturday summit at a Chicago hotel with free-agent forward Luol Deng. What made the overture alongside coach Erik...
  • Nerlens Noel stars in his first game in a year and a half

    Nerlens Noel stars in his first game in a year and a half
    Finally. On Saturday, almost a year and a half since he suffered a severe knee injury as a college freshman, Nerlens Noel played in a competitive basketball game. And he looked good doing it. Running fluidly, Noel scored a game-high 19 points as his...