The Orlando Magic have just six games left in their regular season, and they're prepared to play them all without Dwight Howard.
"We're approaching it that the 13 (healthy) guys we have now are who we're going to have the rest of the season and in the playoffs," Magic coach Stan Van Gundy told the AP.
At the moment, the Magic are making do without two of their best players in Howard (herniated disc) and Hedo Turkoglu (facial fracture). Unsurprisingly, they're in the midst of a free fall, losing seven of their last nine games.
The Magic's current lineup consists of Glen Davis at center, Jason Richardson and Ryan Anderson at forward, J.J. Redick and Jameer Nelson at guard. "You never know, but that's who I plan to start the rest of the way," Van Gundy said.