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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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  • Dear Kevin: You'd find much Love in Orlando

    Dear Kevin: You'd find much Love in Orlando
    Kevin Love
  • Magic's untouchables: Vooch, Oladipo, Payton

    Magic's untouchables: Vooch, Oladipo, Payton
    Trade winds have been blowing in the NBA for some time this season. Magic GM Rob Hennigan is no stranger to making deals. The Magic could use a rim-protecting power forward (who couldn't?) and a go-to wing (Andrew Wiggins, we never knew ye). Here's my...

    Nelson goes from contending to rebuilding

    Nelson goes from contending to rebuilding
    Jameer Nelson never wanted to be an NBA nomad, but he likely has no clue where the closing chapters of his career will take him now. After playing his first 10 NBA seasons in Orlando, the point guard finds himself on his second team within five months....

    Ira Winderman: Finally, something in support for Heat

    Ira Winderman: Finally, something in support for Heat
    This was a reality check, and for more than the lineup Erik Spoelstra had to cobble together Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena. For the first time in more than a year, the Miami Heat featured a lineup with no Wade, no Bosh, no LeBron. It was, to say...

    Magic need to be as tough as owner

    Magic need to be as tough as owner
    Dan DeVos was talking about his father, Magic owner Rich DeVos, 88, before the club's 105-98 home-opening loss Thursday night to the Washington Wizards. He said Rich's health is good. It might even better than his team's. "He's got a bruise on his...