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Magic extend series with OT win

May 25, 2010 BOSTON (AP) — Jameer Nelson made back-to-back three-pointers in overtime, Dwight Howard had 32 points and 16 rebounds, and the Orlando Magic beat the Boston Celtics 96-92 Monday night to avoid a... more »»

Magic’s dream season in peril

May 20, 2010 ORLANDO (AP) — Magic coach Stan Van Gundy slipped into his bed early Wednesday morning and started watching film, figuring he’d doze off quickly. It never happened. more »»

Dolphins’ Marshall held out after surgery

May 20, 2010 DAVIE (AP) — Brandon Marshall milled about the Miami Dolphins practice field, donning an orange cap and sneakers instead of a helmet and cleat. more »»

Rays squeeze past Tribe 4-3

May 18, 2010 ST. PETERSBURG (AP) — Jason Bartlett laid down a bunt to drive in the winning run in the 11th inning as the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Cleveland Indians 4-3 Monday night. more »»

Magic face 1st playoff adversity

May 18, 2010 ORLANDO (AP) — Play time is over. The trick shots that had become a ritual after Orlando Magic practices were gone Monday. So were the usual jokes and playful banter. more »»

Hawks need ‘perfect’ game to beat Magic

May 8, 2010 ATLANTA (AP) — Hunched over his desk and looking very much like a coach trying to find a way beat the NBA’s hottest team, Mike Woodson kept shaking his head as he glanced at a television showing... more »»

Riley works to build Heat dynasty

May 4, 2010 MIAMI (AP) — The summer of change for the Miami Heat might be even bigger than anyone imagined. more »»

Celtics eager to end Heat series at home

April 27, 2010 WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) — You guard Dwyane Wade too closely and he drives to the basket. Give him some room and he sinks a three-pointer. more »»

Magic sweep away Bobcats

April 27, 2010 CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Dwight Howard kept collecting fouls, and all the Orlando Magic did was become the first team to advance in the NBA playoffs. more »»

Buzzer-beater clips Heat

April 24, 2010 MIAMI (AP) — Paul Pierce demanded the ball for the last shot. The Boston Celtics were rewarded. The much-anticipated offseason of 2010 is closer than the Miami Heat ever wanted. more »»

Rays sweep four from Sox

April 20, 2010 BOSTON (AP) — B.J. Upton and the Tampa Bay Rays played the bumbling Boston Red Sox at the perfect tim. more »»

Magic, Heat set to open playoffs

April 17, 2010 What Tyson Chandler really loves about the playoffs is that he can zero in one team, pouring over video to learn opposing players’ strengths, weaknesses and tendencie. more »»

Mauer, Twins win new home opener

April 13, 2010 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have finally moved into their own place. They held the housewarming party outdoors. more »»

Gators searching for post-Tebow offensive identity

April 10, 2010 GAINESVILLE (AP) — Even after three weeks of spring practice, Florida coach Urban Meyer doesn’t know what to expect from his offense. more »»

Mets beat Marlins in opener

April 6, 2010 David Wright, Johan Santana, Jason Bay all delivered. This was exactly what the New York Mets were looking for on opening day. more »»

Gators trying 2-QB system

April 6, 2010 GAINESVILLE (AP) — John Brantley waited three years behind Tim Tebow for his turn as Florida’s quarterback. Now, he might have to share the position. more »»

Target Field dries out, but Twins dealt 8-4 loss

April 3, 2010 The Minnesota Twins ventured into the great outdoors Friday, opening Target Field for a full house of gawking fans — even managing to save their first rainout for another day. more »»

Rays rout Twins' Baker in final start

April 1, 2010 Scott Baker sure didn’t look like an opening day starter in his final outing of the spring for the Minnesota Twins. more »»

Florida Spring Training attendance tops 1 million

March 27, 2010 TALLAHASSEE — With a slate of eight games on Thursday, Florida Spring Training Baseball surpassed one million in total attendance. more »»

UF players back Meyer’s rant

March 27, 2010 GAINESVILLE (AP) — Florida quarterback John Brantley and several teammates applauded coach Urban Meyer’s outburst Friday, saying it’s nice to see him come to receiver Deonte Thompson’s defense. more »»

 
 

 

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