Nelson, Magic confident offseason moves will swing karma their way
As important as
After four seasons of promising, but inconsistent, play the Magic point guard put together an All-Star season last year, averaging a career-high 16.7 points per game while dishing 5.4 assists. Equally important, Nelson connected on 45.3 percent of his three-point attempts, helping expand a Magic offense that began the season 36-11. Less than two weeks before joining
Next season, Nelson will direct a new-look Magic featuring recent additions
It takes a big commitment on and off the court. People don't understand that we go through the same things the normal human being goes through off the court.
This year we're doing it from the 16th through the 22nd of August. We do it at the same facility every year, same gym at Haverford College. We'll work out with my trainers -- conditioning drills, weightlifting, stuff to get your body right. The basketball stuff we do is later in the afternoon. We do that for about 2-3 hours.
Afterward, we'll mix up the nightlife. We always do a dinner. Other days we'll do paintball or bowling, maybe go to the movies.