He followed those performances up with 17 points and 15 rebounds against the Lakers, 29-, 30- and 26-point efforts against Charlotte, Washington and Cleveland. But his finest moment came against the Bucks when he finally got a chance to show his former team what it was missing out on. Playing 45 minutes of the overtime victory, Harris unleashed a 30-point, 19-rebound, five-assist barrage. And that ``All Business’’ nickname was shown at the end of the game when he grabbed a rebound, raced the length of the court and dunked for a final exclamation point. Harris apologized later and said he wasn’t trying to show up the Bucks, but it did give some insight into his focused and determined nature.
``He’s a great teammate and a great example,’’ Magic center Kyle O’Quinn said. ``It’s his third year in the league and he’s younger than me, but he’s been around three years and you look up to him. … (His maturity) is why I look to him a little bit. You disregard the age factor and you respect him because he takes this game very seriously. He treats it like a real job.’’