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The Orlando Magic have a lot to work on over the final four games of the season if they want to make a deep run in the playoffs.
The Miami Heat got off to a much-publicized rough start, but currently sit in third place in the Eastern Conference. But Wizards owner Ted Leonsis is quick to remind fans that while the free-agent formula chosen by the Heat may be a quick fix, it rarely works for long-term success.
Yes, The Washington Times sports pages are back - and so am I. It might surprise you to learn that when we published our "Farewell" edition on New Year's Day 2010, the section wasn't really buried. No, it was cryogenically frozen, wheeled off to Ted Williams Land - which is good news, come to think of it, for fans of the Splendid Splinter. After all, if we've been defrosted, maybe someday he will, too.
Dwight Howard had 32 points and 10 rebounds for his 45th double-double of the season and the Orlando Magic beat the Washington Wizards 101-76 Wednesday night.
Boston Celtics guard Marquis Daniels bruised his spinal cord in a collision Sunday and is expected to be sidelined at least a month.
Orlando guard Gilbert Arenas was served with child support and custody papers as he left the court during halftime of the Magic's loss to Miami on Thursday night.
Orlando guard Gilbert Arenas was served with child support and custody papers as he left the court during halftime of the Magic's game against Miami.
LeBron James had 51 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, including a 23-point first quarter, to lead Miami to a 104-100 victory over Orlando on Thursday night.
Grizzlies guards Tony Allen and O.J. Mayo said Thursday there are no hard feelings after they fought on a team flight over an unpaid debt from a card game.