CHARLOTTE, N. nfl china jerseys .C. -- Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy seems to be growing tired of his teams dispassionate attitude. Van Gundy took a few shots at his players lacklustre approach following a 100-84 loss Tuesday night to the Charlotte Bobcats, the worst team in the NBA. "Our guys are satisfied that we came in with the third-best record in the East and the fifth-best record in the league," Van Gundy said. "Theyre satisfied with that. I dont think theres any push to be better or any push to be great. If there is, it doesnt show up in games." Added Van Gundy: "This is who are. Whether we change that or not, I dont know." The Magic led by 20 points in the first half but let the Bobcats back in it. After Charlotte coach Paul Silas was ejected in the second quarter for arguing a call, the Bobcats went on a 22-1 run to take the lead in the third quarter. Corey Maggette scored a season-high 29 points for the Bobcats, Gerald Henderson hit some big shots in the fourth quarter, and Charlotte won for just the fifth time in 36 games against the Magic. The Bobcats came in having lost 21 of their last 22 games, but got a big game from rookie centre Bismack Biyombo. Biyombo, the seventh overall pick in the draft, played with emotion and battled toe-to-toe with Dwight Howard and had 10 points and a career-high 15 rebounds. He also blocked seven shots. Howard had 15 points and 17 rebounds, and Ryan Anderson added 14 points and 11 boards for the Magic. Its the second straight game Biyombo has played well in a starting role against Howard. In January, Biyombo had 11 points and 10 rebounds in a six-point Charlotte loss. "Its a big challenge and you can take it or you can walk away," Biyombo said of facing Howard. Said Maggette: "I think he was the difference in this game." Maggette was pretty big, too. Coming off a 24-point performance Sunday night against New Jersey, Maggette was aggressive in taking the ball to the hole. He hit 9 of 17 shots from the field and 10 of 11 free throws. "It just feels good to get a win," Maggette said. "Weve been up and down and were not having a good season -- everyone knows that. For our team to play and fight tonight was a positive for our team." The Bobcats won despite the fact veteran forward Boris Diaw, a regular starter, did not play amid uncertainty surrounding his future with the team. Charlotte president of basketball operations Rod Higgins confirmed Tuesday night that he met with Diaw recently about the veterans expiring contract. Higgins said Diaws agent, Doug Neustadt, approached him about the possibility of a trade or buyout that would allow his client a chance to move to another team this season. Diaw is under contract for $9 million this season, which could make it difficult to trade him. Hes been at odds with Silas most of the season. "Its just one of those things," Silas said. "I wanted to see what the rest of the guys could do. We just werent going to play him and see what the other guys could do and they did a good job." While Silas was pleased with how his team played under his son, Stephen, for the better part of three quarters, Van Gundy seems a bit disgusted. Van Gundy coached despite experiencing chest pains Monday night in Toronto and staying behind to be examined by doctors. He said after the game he feels "fine." "When we went up 18 or 20 points we got real selfish and everybody just tried to get theirs and everybody quit playing the way we had played to get the lead," Van Gundy said. "We will not play 48 minutes. We just will not." Van Gundy said the team has a bad mentality right now. "Its our mentality to start the game and then feel like OK, it doesnt matter, I can be careless on this pass because were up 20," he said. "So that leads to points. And then its, OK, I dont have to help on this drive and now were up 16. And it just keeps going. Its not a mentality of playing every possession as hard as you can." With Charlotte leading 84-82, Henderson, who finished with 16 points, began to take over. He scored twice against another former Duke player, J.J. Redick, drawing a pair of fouls both times. Although he missed both free throw attempts, Henderson came right back and knocked down another jumper over Hedo Turkoglu to push the Bobcats lead to eight. The Magic never really threatened again. NOTES: Diaw sitting out broke a personal streak of 384 straight games played. ... Silas now leads the league in technical fouls with six. ... The Magic attempted 35 3-pointers (they made 13) against one of the leagues poorest interior defensive teams. ... At one point during the game, there were four former Duke players on the court: Maggette and Henderson for the Bobcats and Redick and Chris Duhon for the Magic. nfl jerseys china . 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The Argos lost Canadian offensive lineman Joe Eppele and linebacker Jason Pottinger and import defensive end Jonathan Williams to the Redblacks. Barker tried to prepare his squad for the coming changes. "I sent all the players a letter over the weekend. Our team we knew was never going to be the same, but this (draft) is different. It doesnt happen very often." The Argos lost an offensive line starter in Eppele and a former starter and important special teams contributor in Pottinger. Williams, described by Barker as an up-and-comer, saw action on and off as a backup. "We have ideas of what we want to do but it obviously changes things that you might have done," Barker said of the losses. "Thats the process were in now — trying to recover and fill holes." The Argos hope McMaster offensive lineman Matt Sewell, a first round pick in the 2013 draft who spent some time in camp with the Tennessee Titans, might be able to help their cause. nfl china jersys wholesale. . A longer shot is linebacker Cory Greenwood, a Concordia product taken third overall by Toronto in the 2010 draft who is currently on the Detroit Lions injured reserve list. The six-foot-eight, 301-pound Eppele appeared in all 18 games last season. "We just had too many guys," Barker said of his Canadian offensive line talent. "We just couldnt protect all of them." Eppele is due to undergo shoulder surgery next week, a fact that was disclosed to Ottawa. "Joes a good enough player, they felt it was OK to take that risk," Barker said. Pottinger played three seasons in B.C. before joining Toronto in 2009. The six-foot-two 238 pounder, who lost his starting job to Robert McCune, had 13 tackles and 14 special teams tackles in 2013. Barker said Pottingers loss will be felt on and off the field. "Hes everything a CFL player is all about," said Barker. "Hes been as instrumental in turning this organization around as anybody in it. Im so indebted to him for what hes done since he came here." Williams, 6-2 and 282 pounds, was a B.C. Lion in 2009 before joining the Argos in 2013. In between he played for the Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League. Williams had tackles and two quarterback sacks in 12 games with the Argos. ' ' '