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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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  • Ira Winderman: Finally, something in support for Heat

    Ira Winderman: Finally, something in support for Heat
    No Bosh, no Wade, but the Heat still found a way in the 100-84 victory over the Celtics, role players offering hope for when they again can complement.
  • 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....

    Could Oladipo return as super sixth man?

    Could Oladipo return as super sixth man?
    One advantage to having a seat virtually reserved on the NBA draft-lottery dais is it affords the Magic the chance to experiment freely. Take the case of Victor Oladipo, a familiar subject in the club's laboratory. All last season the Magic tinkered...

    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...

    Magic's Aaron Gordon, Elfrid Payton hope to brighten lottery letdown

    Magic's Aaron Gordon, Elfrid Payton hope to brighten lottery letdown
    Aaron Gordon doesn't consider himself a consolation prize, even if Magic fans and the rest of the basketball world might. It's not fair to Aaron, of course, that he's considered as the fourth horse in a three-horse race. The Magic wound up with Gordon...