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Group Blog talking about the NBA 2009 Eastern Conference Champions. Due to the amazing success of the 2009 playoff run comments are now frequently deleted to kill offensive comments, incoherence, or asininity. Comments can no longer be anonymous and require either a Blogger or OpenID account.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Orlando Magic playoff coverage

Be sure to check out Third Quarter Collapse for complete coverage of Magic playoff action, including all kinds of good stuff regarding the Magic/76ers playoff series that begins on Sunday.

I'll continue to provide my recaps of the games here on the blog.


  • At 1:35 PM, Blogger Big Figure said…

    Cool mike. What about pre-game? Now that the playoffs are here i've got a new energy about this second season,i'm looking for complete magic domination in the first round and a sweep!

  • At 10:33 PM, Blogger Matt said…

    I was able to watch this game. Bad fourth quarter for the Magic, offensively and defensively. Bad news; Magic lost the home court advantage. Good news; there is no way that Magic is gonna lose a seven-game series to PHI especially because they are the best road team. Just that the series have been extended unnecessarily. But then from a positive side, may be that Magic needed some game-time practice to get everybody in sync.

    Big Figure:

    We look forward to your pre-game analysis.

  • At 12:40 AM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    I'll put up the pre-game post for Wednesday night's game.

    It's been so slow around here on the blog the last couple of weeks, I was beginning to wonder if anyone else was ever going to comment.

    Matt, always good hearing from you. Big Figure, glad you're re-energized for the playoffs, even though I wouldn't blame you if Sunday's epic Magic collapse dampened your enthusiasm.

    Hopefully some of the other guys that have commented on here before can comment on here about the Magic during the playoffs. Whatever happened to OVERWADED?


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