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Jameer Nelson

After playing four seasons at St. Joseph's University near his hometown of Chester, Pa., Jameer Nelson was drafted by the Denver Nuggets and immediately traded to the Orlando Magic in 2004. As a senior in college, he was the National Player of the Year. He quickly became one of the leaders of the Magic as the starting point guard, teaming with center Dwight Howard to set a new course for the franchise.
After playing four seasons at St. Joseph's University near his hometown of Chester, Pa., Jameer Nelson was drafted by the Denver Nuggets and immediately traded to the Orlando Magic in 2004. As a senior in college, he was the National Player of the Year. He quickly became one of the leaders of the Magic as the starting point guard, teaming with center Dwight Howard to set a new course for the franchise. « Show less

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  • Like Shaq, will Dwight's exit have ring to it?

    Like Shaq, will Dwight's exit have ring to it?
    Lost in the Shaq lovefest here recently was this faq, er fact: Shaquille O'Neal made absolutely the right decision to leave Orlando.
  • Sixers top Nuggets, 99-85

    DENVER In his 60 games as a Philadelphia 76er, Robert Covington has started 40 of them. Sometimes it appears he prefers being the starter, as was the case Tuesday night when he scored a team-high 21 points and made 5-of-6 three pointers in a loss at...

    No. 1 Kentucky looks to avoid recent finishes by unbeatens

    Top-ranked Kentucky is the fifth team to finish the regular season undefeated since Indiana ran the table in the 1975-76 season. The Wildcats are also trying not to come up short like the others did in their quest to duplicate the Hoosiers' perfect...

    Kentucky's dominance really is good for college basketball

    Kentucky's dominance really is good for college basketball
    College basketball is in trouble. For more than 124 years, basketball has been woven into the fabric of America's culture and it somehow has withstood the test of time. But on the eve of this year's March Madness, the sport has seen better days....

    Nuggets top Timberwolves for second consecutive win since firing Shaw

    MINNEAPOLIS Timberwolves coach Flip Saunders has been around the game and the NBA long enough to know that losing teams recently liberated from their head coaches can be dangerous. He calls it a "bounce" when a team fires one coach, appoints another...