Orlando Magic CEO Resigns Amid Drunk Call Rumors

Bob Vander Weide allegedly called Dwight Howard to keep him on the team.
0:49 | 12/07/11

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Apparently beat Orlando Magic CEO Bob -- -- has resigned. Because he drunk -- The -- -- franchise on his brother on the island get the misty called and magic's superstar Dwight Howard because he wanted to keep that the you know the big man in Orlando. Bottom. This free agent is going to be able to -- he's it'd be courted by a lot of us. Sit at a rally after a suit and glasses don't want I -- all the -- Because and and Xena warned there are no right because. Everyone excited that they are being subjected to the -- that we had this -- -- is avionics and now narrative drunk texting which he. These guys that I -- that -- it gets real bad don't really didn't dial phones and -- -- -- to -- an NBA team.

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