Magic Coach Jamahl Mosley Shares Kobe Bryant Message to Team


One of the lessons that Jamahl Mosley, a coach for the Orlando Magic, imparted to the emerging Orlando Magic was about the legendary Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers.  

At this point in time, the Orlando Magic are well on their way to having their best season since the time of Dwight Howard.  

The Orlando Magic were defeated by Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals in 2009. The series was a five-game loss for the Magic. Howard was the leader of the Magic.   

One of the most famous media interviews that Kobe Bryant has ever given took place after Game 2 of that series. During the interview, a reporter asked him how delighted he was to be up 2-0. 

During an appearance on The Rich Eisen Show, Coach Jamahl Mosley disclosed that he had just distributed the video to the Magic in an effort to encourage his team to embrace an attitude that is comparable to that of the Magic.  

"It's the mindset that says, 'You haven't accomplished anything yet.'" What have we failed to do? In an interview with The Rich Eisen Show, Mosley stated that he was "trying to make our guys understand that being very important."  

In addition, it helps you maintain a sense of humility by letting you know that there is still opportunity for improvement and growth.  

Mosley is correct. The only thing the Magic have done so far is have a good regular season record. They haven't even been to a playoff game together, let alone won one.   

In addition to this, the squad is now in fourth place in the Eastern Conference, and there are potential for them to advance up the standings in the last month of the season.  

Now that the Magic are experiencing postseason success for the first time, it's crucial to stay grounded. The team has always believed there is always opportunity for improvement.  

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