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Quentin Richardson

A current member of the Orlando Magic. Richardson was drafted by the L.A. Clippers 18th overall in 2000 after playing collegiate ball for two years at DePaul University.
A current member of the Orlando Magic. Richardson was drafted by the L.A. Clippers 18th overall in 2000 after playing collegiate ball for two years at DePaul University. « Show less

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  • Lakers' two latest three-game losing streaks reveal similar trends

     
    It wasn't something chatted about in the locker room. But the Lakers were always quietly aware of any threat to their two-year streak without a three-game loss. With each loss, Coach Phil Jackson would sense the mood shifting more and more serious. "Every...
  • J.J. Redick will miss tonight’s game because of a stomach virus

     
    J.J. Redick will miss tonight's game against the Chicago Bulls because of a stomach virus...
  • Magic trade plan. . .Tayshaun Prince?

     
    Ok, you can't land Carmelo Anthony or Chris Paul. With no all-star playmaker or all-star scoring star available, maybe your best option is to find somebody who can help you defend Paul Pierce, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant in the postseason. I give you...
  • VIDEO: Stan Van Gundy discusses the Magic’s stomach bug

     
    Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy discussed the chances of Dwight Howard, Jameer Nelson and J.J. Redick playing tonight against the Detroit Pistons....
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Saturday, Dec. 11

     
    Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy made some wholesale lineup changes to his team before Friday night's 117-105 loss to the Utah Jazz. He inserted Brandon Bass into the starting lineup at power forward, shifting Rashard Lewis to small forward and...
  • Mickael Pietrus is shooting an absurd amount of three-pointers

     
    Orlando Magic forward Mickael Pietrus is shooting 39.1 percent from three-point range this season, the second-highest percentage on the team and the best of his career. On a team where myriad players have struggled with deep shooting – JJ Redick,...
  • Brandon Bass will start his 3rd consecutive game tonight

     
    DENVER — Brandon Bass will start his third game of the season when the Orlando Magic play the Denver Nuggets tonight. Magic coach Stan Van Gundy also said that Rashard Lewis, who will start at small forward, will begin the game defending Carmelo...
  • Quentin Richardson will not play against the Denver Nuggets

     
    DENVER — Small foward Quentin Richardson, who injured his left elbow in practice Monday, will not play tonight against the Denver Nuggets, an Orlando Magic spokesman said....
  • Top Magic and NBA news: December 14, 2010

     
    Thankfully the Orlando Magic wrap up their four-game West Coast road trip tonight with a game against the Denver Nuggets. But that doesn't mean that Orlando Magic trade talk will be dying down anytime soon and tonight's game against the Nuggets will...
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Wednesday, Dec. 15

     
    As you'd expect, everyone's being pretty hard on the Orlando Magic after last night's discouraging loss to the Denver Nuggets. Fans, the media, coaches — and even the players themselves. The frustration level in the locker room was evident Tuesday...
  • Updating the injury status of Mickael Pietrus, Quentin Richardson

     
    Quentin Richardson (elbow) and Mickael Pietrus (knee) missed practice on Thursday, although Richardson did participate in some non-contact drills. Richardson, who injured his left elbow after colliding with Howard during a practice on Monday, still has...
  • Could Rashard Lewis prosper coming off bench?

     
    I presented Stan Van Gundy and Rashard Lewis on Thursday with an idea that Lewis might be more effective coming off the bench. Lewis has sometimes struggled getting and making shots playing with a starting team that has many mouths to feed. Van Gundy said...