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Monday, December 22, 2008

Magic host Warriors tonight

The Magic (21-6) will try to extend their latest winning streak to five games as they take on Golden State (8-20). The Warriors are coming off a 110-103 victory at Charlotte Saturday, with Jamal Crawford pouring in 50 points. Corey Maggette and Stephen Jackson will miss the game due to injuries.

The Magic are favored by 12 points, but have lost their last two games to the Warriors in Orlando.

Also, congratulations to Jameer Nelson, named the Eastern Conference player of the week!

For the complete game preview from Yahoo! Sports, click here


  • At 5:09 PM, Blogger WeRDevos said…

    This is a dangerous trap tonight and the kind of game the Magic have lost over the last five plus years. The Warriors suck, it's a Monday night, and they have recently played at a high level against four top Western teams.

    If the Magic want to be taken seriously they must win games like tonight. Guys like Crawford are exactly why Pietrus was signed.

  • At 5:12 PM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    If there's anything such as a "trap" game, it's tonight's game against the Warriors. The Magic are coming off two emotional wins against Western Conference contenders San Antonio and the LA Lakers, and have a nationally televised contest on Christmas Day as they host another West contender in New Orleans.

    Hopefully, the Magic won't let down against the Warriors tonight, and will take care of business. I'm sure SVG will have the guys prepared.

  • At 5:14 PM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    You and I are on the same wavelength regarding tonight's game, WeR. I wrote my previous post at the same time you wrote yours.


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