1) Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel acquired the gag order David Stern issued to team personnel before the lockout that urges owners to stay quiet so the league can speak in one voice. Be sure to read it.
2) Is waiving Gilbert Arenas with an amnesty clause a slam dunk for the Magic?
4) Two percent separates the player and owners from granting us fans the intrigue of an NBA season. Instead, the losses are beginning to mount, Israel Guttierez of The Miami Herald writes.
5) Erik Spoelstra was at W.R. Thomas Middle School talking to students rather than preparing for the Magic, Shandel Richardson of the Sun-Sentinel reports. I think his time was well spent.
6) Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel details the specific of the local non-profit helping out arena workers who are without a job during the lockout.
7) It seems as though the Magic would have lost their first game last night.
8) Remember when Steve Francis opened the Magic season with that buzzer-beater? That is today's Magic memory with the Orlando Sentinel.
9) Ira Winderman of the Sun-Sentinel details what we could have seen in tonight's game with the Heat.
10) Another story, this one from WDBO, about the lost business for local business owners because of the lockout.