Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:Seriously... This is bigger than New Years!!!
Can't wait to hear what T-Mac has to say about this hehehe...
LakersGyrl2003 wrote:HELL NAH!! They'll go on another losing streak... LMAO...
But they were down in this game too, and they came back... whoa... I shoulda never changed it... I coulda witnessed history right here Whoa... They truly are the Magic Reloaded
Yahoo Sports: "We had that music crunked, man,'' Tracy McGrady said after the Magic beat the Phoenix Suns 105-98
As the music blared, coach Johnny Davis was accepting a bottle of champagne in honor of his first victory since taking over for the fired Doc Rivers on Nov. 18.
"For the first time in a long time, we have a very happy locker room,'' Davis said. "And, for the first time in a long time, I can actually smile.''
"We just kept fighting, even though we knew that it was an uphill battle,'' Davis said. "That's really what we've done throughout this streak. We've been fighting and we're bringing it, but we didn't close out the games.
"Tonight, we did.''
"It's good to feel how a victory feels like,'' said Giricek, who made all six of his shots, including three 3-pointers.
"Hopefully, we can build on this, get some confidence and gets some wins now,'' McGrady said. ``Hopefully, our season can start now.''
Yahoo Sports: "It's been a while since we've been on a streak on the winning side,'' McGrady said. "I guess it took that 19-game losing streak for us to realize that we could be a pretty good team if we could all stay focused and execute on both ends of the court.''
McGrady, who scored 12 points in the first quarter despite a disastrous attempt at an early dunk, hit consecutive 3-pointers in the third quarter to give the Magic its 11-point lead at 68-57.
"That's what we need because I can get it going at any given time,'' McGrady said. "It was good for my team to start knocking down shots and making plays to help us out because those guys did start loading up on me.''
Point guard Gilbert Arenas, wearing a road jersey, blue sweats and a headband instead of street clothes, sat out his eighth straight game yet still found a way to hurt his team from the bench. He was called for two technical fouls and ejected with 1.4 seconds left in the first quarter after saying something to official Bernie Fryer.
FabFourLakers wrote:T-mac better shut up before his team goes on another losing streak...
every time he opens his mouth, its KARMA for tha magic!
T-mac if u could get it goin ANY GIVEN TIME, then u wouldnt have lost 19 straight!
The only way i'll be convinced T-Mac is all that good is if he leads his team to a miraculous come back and his team makes tha playoffs BCUZ of T-Mac
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