Not Such a Magical Kingdom


Sources, who will remain nameless (Teddy Dupay), close to Billy Donovan say the coach has had a change of heart and will return to the University of Florida if he can get out of his contract with the Orlando Magic.

Billy Donovan informed the Magic and the University of Florida over the weekend that he had second thoughts about agreeing to be Orlando’s head coach, but it’s unclear whether the NBA team will let him go.

Multiple sources said the decision now rests in the hands of the Magic. A source told late Sunday night that Magic ownership was out of the country and didn’t arrive back until late Sunday night, delaying the team’s response until sometime on Monday.

 Florida Magic

So what brought about this change of heart from Billy Donovan?  APIAS has a few ideas…

  • With gas prices so high, the commute was just too expensive.
  • The Magic Kingdom wasn’t as magical as he thought.
  • The idea of coaching Bo Outlaw.
  • College Girls.
  • Neither Shaq nor Penny Hardaway are on the roster.

Whatever the reason Donovan’s stint with the Magic is most likely over.  Unless the Magic refuse to let him out of his contract, Donovan is most likely headed back to the University of Florida.  Congratulations Coach Donovan your NBA coaching career lasted longer than a Britney Spears rehab stint and with your integrity in tact you can return to the University of Florida as Head Men’s Basketball Coach and Urban Meyer’s bitch.

6 Responses to “Not Such a Magical Kingdom”

  1. TheGoldfishCowboy Says:

    He’s never been the same since Al Lewis died…

  2. FLAMAN Says:

    Donovan’s got nowhere to go but DOWN in college! Take da money and RUN Billy! You can retire comfortably in the next 5 years!! Go Billy Go !!!

  3. BobWicket Says:

    I would like to first thank Goldfishcowboy for beating me to the witty Munster remark.

    I wonder what is going to happen to all of those hamburgers and filets.

  4. TheGoldfishCowboy Says:

    Bo Outlaw took them

  5. eDayStat Says:

    Well, he IS and Outlaw. Isn’t he like the second coming of Horace Grant?

  6. W Says:

    He’s not even the second coming of Harvey Grant.

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