Just keep throwing stuff at the wall and hope something sticks. That's how Magic coach Stan Van Gundy summed up his point guard rotation in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
A game after playing 23 minutes in his first run in months, Jameer Nelson's time tailed off. Rafer Alston -- surprisingly not dressed in a parka and mittens, despite the bitter chill that apparently haunts him on the bench -- missed seven of eight shots. By the second half, Hedo Turkoglu was bringing the ball up court and fans back in Orlando were waiting for Scott Skiles to walk through that door.
SportsNation blogger ghostcasino liked Van Gundy's machinations, suggesting Turkoglu is the team's best playmaker at this point.