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Vaughn introduced as new head coach of Orlando Magic

 

The Orlando Magic introduced first-time head coach Jacque Vaughn as the 10th in their history.

Vaughn knows that he might not have star center Dwight Howard to lead the players on the court.

Jacque Vaughn (photo by Cheryl Harrison of US Army via wikipedia commons)

The 37-year-old Vaughn is a former NBA player from 1997-2009 with Utah, Atlanta twice, Orlando, the New Jersey Nets and San Antonio.

He was a first-round pick out of Kansas in 1997 by the Jazz.

Vaughn won an NBA championship with the Spurs in 2007.

 

Info compiled from NBA & Orlando Magic

 

Blazers center Oberto retires due to heart condition

Fabricio Oberto, Portland Trail Blazers center abruptly retired late last week because of a cardiac condition that caused heart palpitations.

Oberto, was in his sixth NBA season, signed with the Blazers a day before the start of the season to fill-in while centers Greg Oden and Joel Przybilla heal from knee surgeries.

Fabricio Oberto (file photo)

Oberto had experienced dizziness in a game against Milwaukee last Tuesday, November 2, 2010.

A native of Argentina, Oberto played four seasons with San Antonio, where he started at center for the Spurs’ NBA championship team in 2007. He spent the 2009-2010 season with the Washington Wizards.

In his NBA career, Oberto has played in over 336 career games, including 128 starts, averaging 3.2 points and 3.5 rebounds.

compiled from staff & Portland Trail Blazers news

Cavaliers welcome back Mo Williams to practice; cut roster to 17

The Cleveland Cavaliers received a boost during Wednesday’s workouts.

Guard Mo Williams made it through his first full practice of the preseason after being slowed down by a groin injury.

Williams strained his groin shortly before the Cavaliers opened training camp. He is expected to carry more of the scoring load this season following LeBron James’ departure.

Mo Williams (NBA)

Cleveland plays in Pittsburgh against San Antonio Thursday (tonight) before hosting CSKA Moscow on Saturday in Quicken Loans Arena.

Head coach Byron Scott has said that forward Anderson Varejao is questionable for the Spurs’ game. He has been sidelined with an ankle sprain and recently missed nine days of training camp following his grandfather’s death down in Brazil.

The Cavs have sliced their roster from 19 to 17 players by waiving guard Cedric Jackson of Cleveland State and forward Tasmin Mitchell of LSU.

compiled from staff, NBA & Cleveland Cavaliers news

NBA PLAYOFFS: Eastern and Western Conference Sunday and Monday

compiled from staff and wire reports

SUNDAY

Dwayne Wade (nba)

Dwayne Wade set franchise playoff records with 46 points, 30 in the second half, and Miami beat Boston in Game 4 of an Eastern Conference first-round series, 101-92.

The Heat opened the fourth quarter with on a 25-8 run, fueled mostly by Wade, who made 16-of-24 shots from the field, plus he added five assists.

George Hill (nba)

George Hill scored 29 points, helping San Antonio overcome a miserable night from Tim Duncan and took a 3-1 lead over Dallas in its first-round series winning 92-89.

The Spurs have won three straight since coach Gregg Popovich criticized some of his players.

Carlos Boozer (nba)

Carlos Boozer had 31 points and 13 rebounds, Deron Williams added 24 points and 13 assists, and Utah held off a late charge to beat Denver for a 3-1 lead in its Western Conference playoff series. Utah wins 177-106.

Carmelo Anthony finished with 39 points and led the Nuggets back within range late in the fourth quarter, but Denver never caught all the way up and lost for the third straight time in the series.

MONDAY

Vince Carter (nba)

Vince Carter had 21 points, Jameer Nelson added 18 and the Orlando Magic showcased their depth and pressure shot-making in a 99-90 win over the Charlotte Bobcats to complete a sweep of their first-round series.

Dwight Howard was held to six points in his fourth straight game in foul trouble, but the Magic never flinched to accomplished their first four-game sweep in franchise history.

Carlos Delfino (nba)

Carlos Delfino scored 22 points with six 3-pointers and Milwaukee pulled off its second straight playoff surprise, beating Atlanta to draw even in the first-round series.

Brandon Jennings scored 23 points and John Salmons added 22  for the Bucks who won 111-104.

Channing Frye (nba)

Reserves Channing Frye and Jared Dudley broke out of their series-long shooting slumps with 20 and 19 points, respectively, and Phoenix overcame an early 14-point deficit to rout Portland, 107-88 win and take a 3-2 lead in the first-round playoff series.

San Antonio rout Timberwolves to reach 50 wins again; lock up 7th seed in the West

compiled from staff and wire reports

San Antonio’s 11th consecutive 50-win season was achieved as Keith Bogans scored 17 points and Tim Duncan had 16, and the Spurs kept some control over their playoff future in the close Western Conference race with a 133-111 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night.

The Spurs’ latest 50-win campaign leaves them them one short of tying the NBA record 12 straight by the Lakers from 1979-91. But in the past San Antonio enjoyed high playoff seeds and home-court advantages in previous years, it will start this postseason on the road.

Gregg Popovich Spurs Coach (nba)

Another big road win Wednesday in Dallas will help their cause. The Spurs are assured at least the number 7 seed and still have a chance to reach number 6 with a win in their regular season finale against the Mavericks, a game that could also be a playoff preview.

The Spurs finished the regular season home schedule with a 29-12 record. The Spurs are 19-2 against the Timberwolves since the 2004-2005 season and haven’t lost at home to Minnesota in six years.

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