Orlando Magic

  • Field Goal %
    45.5 FG%
  • 3-point %
    35.0 3P%
  • Points Scored
    102 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    43.3 RPG
  • England's Sam Allardyce follows footsteps of short-tenured coaches
    ABC News

    England's Sam Allardyce follows footsteps of short-tenured coaches

    The world of international soccer gasped Tuesday at the news that Sam Allardyce had been fired as manager of England's national team after coaching just one match. Allardyce, who was hired July 22 and signed a contract through 2018, was sent packing after he was caught on video advising undercover reporters of crooked ways to get around player-transfer rules. In exchange, he asked the journalists posed as businessmen for a six-figure sum. Allardyce lasted just 67 days as manager of the England team, but that could classify as a lengthy stay compared to some other professional and college coaches whose tenures were fleeting. Sven-Goran Eriksson, soccer Eriksson reportedly received a $2 million

  • NBA.com

    Detroit Pistons "Meet the Team" Event, Presented by Sprite, Set for October 4

    The Detroit Pistons will host a “Meet the Team” event, presented by Sprite, at The Palace on Tuesday, October 4 beginning at 6:30 p.m., giving fans their first look at the 2016-17 Detroit Pistons team. Admission is free and guests can enter the arena through the Dodge Atrium located at the west entrance beginning at 6:30 p.m. The first 500 fans in attendance will receive a free fountain Sprite and a will take home a Detroit Basketball t-shirt, courtesy of Sprite. Full-team introductions will begin at 6:45 p.m. and Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Stan Van Gundy will be on the microphone and lead the team through a series of offensive and defensive concepts - giving fans an opportunity

  • Diversity institute at UCF releases grades for NFL
    Orlando Sentinel

    Diversity institute at UCF releases grades for NFL

    UCF's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport gave the NFL a combined B grade in its 2016 NFL Racial and Gender Report Card, which was released Wednesday. The NFL received an A for its racial hiring practices, its score of 91.1 percent slightly lower than its all-time-high mark, 93.1, last year. The league got a C+ for gender hiring practices, with its score of 76 a percentage point higher than in 2015. "Teams are businesses, and you want to be at peak performance at all times,'' said the institute's director, Dr. Richard Lapchick. "Any time you are below where you've been, it should be an encouragement to do better.'' Six NFL teams have minority head coaches in 2016, the same number as last