Then, Howard asked the media who their source was. Umm … your coach?
The Magic host the Knicks tonight in Orlando. The game is on TNT.
So when is Orlando going to fire Van Gundy? This week? After the first round playoff loss?
Gotta figure D12 is regretting his decision to stay in Orlando one more year. Does he really thinking picking a coach for one season is going to make a difference? Does he really think Orlando can swing a couple of trades and make them contenders?
[UPDATE: NBA.com has video. SVG drops two bullshits and then Howard enters the press conference at 2:45]
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