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Friday, November 03, 2006

Magic vs. Sixers

Magic were 3-1 last year vs. Sixers

Jan 26 Away W 119 - 115 OT H. Turkoglu 25 D. Howard 9
Jan 29 Home L 81 - 89 S. Francis 22 points D. Howard 11
Mar 24 Away W 102 - 86 J. Nelson 19, D. Howard 19
Apr 15 Home W 102 - 97 D. Howard 28, D. Howard 26

Wednesday Howard scored 27, last year Howard's game high in points was 28 vs. Sixers during his amazing 28/26 game. He averaged more than 19 points and 16 rebounds per game vs. Philadelphia.

Howard vs. Sixers, 2006

Date Points FGM FGA FG% Rebounds Assists Blocks
26-Jan 22 7 10 0.700 9 1 1
29-Jan 14 6 11 0.545 11 1 3
24-Mar 15 5 10 0.500 19 5 4
15-Apr 28 9 14 0.643 26 1 1
Averages 19.75 6.75 11.25 0.600 16.25 2.00 2.25

Nelson also had some fine games.
Jan 26 DNP
Jan 29 DNP
Mar 24 19 (8-11), 7 assists
Apr 15 21 (10-19), 8 assists


  • At 2:21 PM, Blogger WeRDevos said…

    I need to learn how to do html tables within blogger.

  • At 2:41 PM, Blogger OVERWADED said…

    Yeah, and if you find html for dummies, let me know. :) There have been a few times I've wanted to put up some stats like that, and I've back out because of that same issue.

    Dwight probably had the biggest game of his career the last time he faced Philly. We all remember it, it was do or die in the playoff race, Dwight had 28 and 26 is a freakish performance. We should be fine tonight.

  • At 5:00 PM, Blogger WeRDevos said…

    Found this, and almost have it working. Make a table in excel or word and e-mail to your gmail account as an attachment. Then open the attachment as html. Copy and paste into blogger.

  • At 12:13 AM, Blogger Matt said…

    This has been my earlier post, and that is exactly what happened tonight:

    "The problem with the Magic under Hill has been the lack of consistency. If Hill is wise enough to start Darko (assuming that we won't need his offensive output but rather his defense), Magic will squash any glimmer of hope by Philly, early on."

    I resented Hill's substitutions but not as much as his pathetic sheepish post-game interview, especially when he said he honestly didn't know what to expect. At some point he took out Darko immediately after he had a turnover and brought in Garrity whom Korver exploited on his way to stardom, something we have done quite frequently with average players in the league.


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