Odds & Ends: Howard, Magic, Odom, Celtics

Its been a rocky few weeks in Orlando, but you wouldn’t know it by the result of tonight’s contest against the Pistons.  The Magic blew out Detroit, 119-89, without the services of Dwight Howard.  Here’s more on the Central Florida soap opera and other items from around the Association..

  • Magic senior vice president Pat Williams, who helped found the franchise in 1989, says that he believes that coach Stan Van Gundy and Howard can co-exist in Orlando, according to the Associated Press.
  • Adding Lamar Odom would make the Knicks instant title contenders in 2013, but there are a number of hurdles the club will have to clear in order to make that happen, writes Jared Zwerling of ESPNNewYork.com.
  • In less than a month, the Celtics have gone from rebuilding mode to title contention, writes Sean Deveney of the Sporting News.
  • Thomas Robinson would be a tremendous fit for the Bobcats, writes Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer.
  • Texas A&M junior Khris Middleton announced that he will enter the draft, according to the AP.  The small forward started 72 games in three seasons with the Aggies.

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