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Jameer Nelson

After playing four seasons at St. Joseph's University near his hometown of Chester, Pa., Jameer Nelson was drafted by the Denver Nuggets and immediately traded to the Orlando Magic in 2004. As a senior in college, he was the National Player of the Year. He quickly became one of the leaders of the Magic as the starting point guard, teaming with center Dwight Howard to set a new course for the franchise.
After playing four seasons at St. Joseph's University near his hometown of Chester, Pa., Jameer Nelson was drafted by the Denver Nuggets and immediately traded to the Orlando Magic in 2004. As a senior in college, he was the National Player of the Year. He quickly became one of the leaders of the Magic as the starting point guard, teaming with center Dwight Howard to set a new course for the franchise. « Show less

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  • Tuesday's roundup: Dunbar girls suffer first loss

    Michelle Wright scored 21 points, but Dunbar's girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday at the BBOWS Holly n’ Hoops Tournament at McDonogh. The Poets committed 29 turnovers and fell to Archbishop Carroll (D.C.), 68-40.
  • Roundup: No. 9 Edmondson boys beat No. 10 Centennial, 62-59

    The No. 9 Edmondson boys basketball team had been trailing the entire game to No. 10 Centennial at the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Board 290 Mixer at Northwestern. But the Red Storm made a defensive adjustment, subbing in...

    Mavericks, Cavaliers among NBA's off-season big winners

    The Dallas Mavericks are easily one of the big winners outside of Cleveland this wild off-season. Not only did they secure a dependable big man in acquiring Tyson Chandler in a trade with the New York Knicks, but they also picked up what they expect is a...

    Magic 'home-grown' formula needs to work in rebuilding process

    Magic 'home-grown' formula needs to work in rebuilding process
    The Orlando Magic will be the most environmentally-friendly sporting team on the planet next season. They will play in the beautiful Leed Gold certified Amway Center, which uses 20 percent less energy and 40 percent less water than arenas of similar...

    National Basketball Association roundup

    (The Sports Xchange) - Byron Scott said in a television interview that he is the new coach of the Los Angeles Lakers but the team insisted that an agreement has not yet been reached. ESPN reported Saturday that the Lakers and Scott agreed on a four-year,...