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From Steve Aschburner's column on how Dwight Howard and the Magic advanced to the NBA Finals
It's important not to overlook Orlando's utilization of pick-and-rolls to free its primary offensive weapons. Or, for that matter, the flappable but effective Stan Van Gundy's knack for adjusting and attacking mismatches—even if it leads to an over-reliance on the heretofore erratic Rafer Alston. Defensively, the Magic have become masterful at funneling penetrating opponents into Howard, who is more adept than your average 7-footer at altering or blocking shots without fouling.
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