VIDEO: With Four Players On The Floor, Jason Richardson Jumps Off The Bench To Play Defense Against Celtics

Unable to get any momentum going offensively, the Orlando Magic are being blown out by the Boston Celtics on Monday night. Also, playing with four guys on defense likely doesn't help their chances of getting back in the game. That's what happened in the second half at TD Garden, as Jason Richardson came out of nowhere, jumping straight from the bench and onto the floor to knock the ball away from Greg Stiemsma. The Magic were not penalized for what appeared to be a clearly illegal substitution. With only 51 points and two minutes remaining in the game, it would seem like Orlando has played this game with only four guys on the offensive end as well.

Video after the jump:

Via Oskar Jamtander with a h/t to Trey Kirby at The Basketball Jones:

For more on the Celtics, be sure to check out CelticsBlog, SB Nation's Celtics-devoted blog, and for news and notes on the Magic, head over to Orlando Pinstriped Post, SB Nation's Orlando Magic blog.

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