• United States
12 Mar 10
I will always be a Magic fan that is why I will call it as I see it and just like you like to hear the opinions of others so we can adjust our formulate viewpoints on some of the negatives or room for improvement and visualize just how good this team could truly be of the Orlando Magic and their loyal fans the fans who supports them win or lose. It has to be disappointing for the Magic who has fans that show so much loyalty when they win and turn quickly against when they lose that can hurt and bring down the moral of the team so we as genuine loyal supporters should be a role model to other fans to always show support for their teams. I do not think the fans realize how much of a psychological impact and factor that they are and how they can effect games and the playing performance of their team. For example to be the sixth man on the court at all times for their team, supporting and encouraging the team when on a losing streak,Just hearing the fans bust the sound meter simple things like that can make a huge difference on a team. Sorry to bore you with the truth but the truth is the crowd will always come to the game so why not be a crowd that is effective in a positive manner Instead of negative one I think that it's bad to see some fans being supportive and the other half not especially from the viewpoint of a player(s) of the team.
• United States
13 Jan 07
With no real superstar on the team (Grant Hill spends 1/2 his time on the bench) and with a division that features two powerhouses in Miami and Washington, for Orlando to be on top is incredible. They got off to a great start and have rode that for a long time. They are a little shaky on the road but when they are in the TD Water... uh Amway Arena, they are unstoppable.