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Nick Anderson
Nick Anderson
Position: -
Born: 01/20/68
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:227 lbs. / 103.4 kg.
Earnings: $42,530,718 ($77,734,280*)
On Tuesday, Dec. 6, with Magic players Paolo Banchero, Caleb Houstan, Terrence Ross and Chuma Okeke along with Community Ambassadors Nick Anderson and Bo Outlaw there to chaperone, 100 Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida children from three different branches were taken on a holiday shopping spree at a local Walmart. Each child received $100 Walmart gift cards courtesy of Pepsi Stronger Together prior to going shopping.  “It’s fun for everybody,” Ross said. “When they (the kids) see the Magic guys show up, it’s always a good time. They are always having fun, asking a whole bunch of questions. Any time you can do that, it’s always fun.”
On Thanksgiving morning, as part of the Magic’s annual tradition, Jamahl Mosley, Bo Outlaw, fellow Community Ambassador Nick Anderson, and other volunteers will serve breakfast to the 400 residents at the Coalition for the Homeless and the more than 100 unsheltered homeless individuals from the community. It will mark the 30th year that the Magic have hosted the breakfast. As part of the tradition, the meal will be sponsored by Orlando’s head coach.
Any Orlando Magic fans with a spare $35,000 might want to head over to Facebook Marketplace. A listing billed as a “personal complete collection of Nick Anderson” popped up Tuesday on the e-commerce site. Some of the items include Anderson’s 1986 Illinois Mr. Basketball trophy, his 1988-89 NCAA Final Four ring and his Final Four MVP award. The sellers, a Central Florida couple who agreed to talk on the condition of anonymity, said the items were housed in a storage unit that once belonged to Anderson’s ex-wife. She stopped paying the bill and once the unit went up for auction, they snagged it last Wednesday.
When they learned about a burglary that took place in February at Parramore’s Wells’Built Museum of African American History and Culture, where Magic memorabilia was stolen, the team quickly sprang into action and lent a helping hand. Although extremely disheartened about the incident, the Magic saw an opportunity to turn lemons into lemonade. Not only did they help repair the damage from the break-in, the Magic replaced the stolen items, which included Nick Anderson and Otis Smith jerseys and sneakers, with even more mementos.