Southeast Notes: Magic, Bower, Wizards, Bobcats

Last night the Heat, the Southeast's division remaining representative, fell to the Celtics in Game 4 to even up their series at 2-2.  LeBron James led the way for Miami with 29 points prior to fouling out and Udonis Haslem pulled down 17 boards but it wasn't enough as the C's won 93-91.  Here's a look at the rest of the division..

  • While the Magic have interviewed a number of candidates and talked to several others about the GM job, former Hornets’ GM Jeff Bower remains the top name likely to take the job, writes Steve Kyler of HoopsWorld.  Spurs’ assistant GM Dennis Lindsey is also on the wish list, and while sources close indicate that he is ready to run his own show, they're also unsure that he would take the job in Orlando.
  • Former Wizards coach Flip Saunders told Michael Lee of the Washington Post that he would have liked to work with the mid-season version of the team that replacement Randy Wittman got to coach.  Team president Ernie Grunfeld traded JaVale McGee and Nick Young for Nene Hilario while shutting down Andray Blatche for the season because of his poor conditioning.
  • The Bobcats' meeting with Lakers assistant Quin Snyder should mark the club's final initial interview, tweets Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer (via Twitter).  It could be a week or two before Charlotte makes a hire.


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