Cohen 8-Ball: More Memorable Lewis Shot?’s Josh Cohen opens up a debate on intriguing topics on the Magic and the entire NBA.

More Memorable Lewis Shot?

While the signing of Rashard Lewis in 2007 for six years and $118 million was constantly scrutinized during his tenure in Orlando, there is no denying that he was a big reason for the Magic’s rise to championship contention.

Particularly during Orlando’s NBA Finals run, Lewis was dependable and difficult for opponents to contain. His ability to stretch the floor with his excellent 3-point shooting was impressive.

And perhaps most treasured during Lewis’ three-plus seasons with the Magic were his clutch plays. His momentous 3-point shots in the 2009 conference finals against the Cavs remain some of the most memorable moments in franchise history.

He buried a go-ahead triple in Game 1 in Cleveland with 14.7 seconds left and a huge trey at home in the final seconds of regulation of Game 4.

Which shot was more memorable? Watch both clips and vote below.