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Performance Analytics: Still A Long Way To Go

The following is a guest contribution from Marc Rubin of RayRubin Sports Analysts. Sports Agent Blog recently posted a link to writer Will Mui’s 4/21/15 article “How The Orlando Magic Prosper With Analytics Despite Relatively Small Market”. The focus of the story was the Magic’s use of statistical analysis relative to their marketing efforts. I applaud […]

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NBA Blog Previews: Southeast Division Recap

If you missed our preview of the 2010/11 Miami Heat, be sure to check it out right here.  It is included in this round of preview links.  We are biased, but it seems as though the Heat will not have much of a problem winning the division.  That said, it is one of the most […]

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The NBA: You Have To Pay To Play

Are you surprised that both of the teams that look like they will be playing each other in the NBA finals are at numbers 1 and 3 on the NBA team payroll list?  The Los Angeles Lakers top the list with a payroll of $91.4 million while the Boston Celtics paid their players $86.5 million this […]

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2010 NBA Mock Draft

We all do it, right? It’s the end of your team’s season, they have either been eliminated from playoff contention or been eliminated in a less than thrilling fashion in the playoffs, by for example, waking three sleeping giants in Celtics jerseys. July 1st seems to be the date that begins the changing of the NBA […]

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NBA: Southeast Division Previews

Last week, I posted my 2009-10 preview for the Miami Heat.  I think we will have an above-average season, but I see the Magic taking this division.  Solid offseason moves, and a great man in the middle by the name of Dwight Howard.  Thus, I’ll give him some love by placing his image at the […]

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Turkoglu Testing Waters

If there is one thing that many learned from this season’s NBA Playoffs, it is that Orlando Magic small forward Hedo Turkoglu is a great basketball player. Hedo and his agent Lon Babby have realized this and are using it to their advantage. Turkoglu opted out of his final year with the Magic and has […]

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Experience Paying Dividends: Moser on the Brink of Greatness

If you have had trouble keeping up with Clay Moser over the years, it is understandable. Twenty plus years of experience in the basketball industry can make for a difficult task. Moser’s wealth of knowledge has led him to his latest stop as head coach of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA Developmental […]

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NBA: Southeast Division Previews

Atlanta Hawks Matt McHale: Basketbawful Hoopinion: Peachtree Hoops Charlotte Bobcats BrettL: Queen City Hoops Ziggy: BobcatsPlanet Miami Heat Darren Heitner: SportsAgentBlog.com Gregory Broome: The Peninsula is Mightier Orlando Magic Ben: Third Quarter Collapse Washington Wizards Rashad: Hoops Addict HoopsAvenue: HoopsAvenue Mike Prada: Bullets Forever Truth: Truth About It Dot Net Also see links to all […]

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Building Magic Week

The state of Florida received some magic this morning when it Hurricane Fay was downgraded to a tropical storm, meaning that rain will still flood many towns, but the wind will not be devastating. As I write this post, the storm is actually just south of Orlando, where Jameer Nelson plays his professional ball. Lucky […]

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Arroyo Joins Others Overseas

Former Orlando Magic guard, Carlos Arroyo, has just signed a 3-year deal worth $15 million with Israeli basketball giant, Maccabi Tel-Aviv.  The contract has an opt-out clause, much like Brandon Jennings and Josh Childress maintain, which would allow them the option to leave each summer for another league (NBA). Since Brandon Jennings (the Arizona recruit) […]