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Monday, 1 April 2013

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Magic owner Rich DeVos has so much respect for Glen Davis that he gave him a 2013 Bentley as an Easter present.

ORLANDO - At the present time the Orlando Magic are sitting in 29th place (out of 30) with an NBA record of 19-56.

Sporting Chance Magazine reporter Hercules Confetti recently sat down with the owner of the Magic at a Silly Sardine Seafood Restaurant in Orlando.

Team owner Rich DeVos told Confetti that his team is doing so bad this year that the only food he has really been able to eat is seafood.

DeVos said that for some reason he cannot eat steaks, Mexican food, or Chinese food without feeling an upset feeling in his stomach.

He was asked if he had seen a doctor about his strange ailment. He replied that he had and conveyed that the doctor informed him that his digestive problem was being caused by the stress of having his team play so poorly.

The Orlando owner revealed that earlier in the year he tried to trade for Chris Paul but the Los Angeles Clippers told him "No way José."

He then decided to meet with team player Glen Davis who he has the utmost respect for.

He asked him if there were any suggestions that he cared to make that would possibly improve the team.

Glen, who wears #11, said that for one thing he no longer feels that the team name Magic is doing the team any good.

Davis, who is a graduate of LSU (Louisiana State University) suggested to Mr. DeVos that perhaps a more appropriate name for the team would be Voodoo.

He pointed out that the name Voodoo is much more ominous-sounding than the name Magic which conjures up pictures of bunny rabbits, handkerchiefs, and doves.

SIDENOTE: Devos liked Glen's idea and he will be giving some serious consideration to changing the name Magic to Voodoo for the 2013-2014 season.

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