Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy has a reputation as one of sports' least laid back men. He's an intense worker who expects the same of his team.
Which makes him a bit of an ironic choice to coach an All-Star team full of players on break from their day jobs -- who are frank that to them the weekend is more about having fun than winning.
Jam Session is a multifaceted All-Star Weekend experience that lets thousands of NBA fans participate in acres of games and promotions and the like. At a T-Mobile even in Jam Session, current Van Gundy player Dwight Howard joined former Van Gundy player Dwyane Wade. Asked about playing for Van Gundy this weekend, Howard says he thinks Van Gundy has learned his lesson and will be relaxed. Wade came prepared with plan B, just in case Howard's wrong.