Odds & Ends: Magic, Ellis, Turiaf, Bulls, Garnett

Earlier today we heard that the Magic general manager Rob Hennigan spoke with the media and addressed the plethora of issues he has on his plate in his first few weeks on the job.  Following Hennigan's availability, Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel put together a comprehensive story on the rapid rate of change with which the Magic have overhauled their organization.  By Schmitz's count, the Magic have dispatched of 17 important pieces of the organization since December.  Starting as early as tomorrow night's draft, it is Orlando roster's turn for a makeover. 

Here are some some odds and ends from around the NBA on this Wednesday night:


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One thought on “Odds & Ends: Magic, Ellis, Turiaf, Bulls, Garnett

  1. dc21892

    I think if Sullinger falls into Bostons lap they have to take him. Even though he is going to be a rookie e was going to be a top pick so he should still be used as one. Start him at PF and keep Garnett at C. He thrived there last year. Even if you don’t start Sullinger there can be a veteran signing and Sullinger can still get 25 min a game off the bench. Back problems or not, he could be a gem being passed and left til that late in the first round.


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