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6/09/09 Magic vs. Lakers Game 3
June 9, 2009
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Rafer Alston played easily the best game of his career with the most at stake as his 20 points helped Orlando earn its first Finals win in franchise history.
Rafer Alston was all smiles after his marvelous performance on Tuesday.
Rashard Lewis registered 21 points as the Magic edged the Lakers in Game 3 on Tuesday night in Orlando.
Gina Marie Incandela wowed the Magic fans once again with her spectacular singing performance before Game 3.
Fans were ecstatic to see Jameer Nelson in a white uniform for the first time since his injury.
The crowd was extraordinary in Game 3. Keep it up everyone! The Magic need you.
Dwight Howard muscled home 21 points and 14 rebounds to help catapult the Magic to a Game 3 victory on Tuesday.
If Rafer Alston can play the way he did in Game 3 the rest of the series, the Magic will have a good chance at capturing the title.
Rashard Lewis has developed into one of the most reliable players in the clutch in the NBA.
NBA superstars Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard shake each other's hands prior to the start of Game 3l
Fans were in great spirits for Tuesday's game. Amway Arena is truly a happy place.
These fans are confident the Magic are going to claim their first NBA championship in franchise history.
Former Magic great Nick Anderson gave a victory speech and chant before the start of Game 3.
It feels like yesterday when Patrick Ewing, now an assistant with the Magic, walked through the tunnel as a player. Boy, where have the days gone?
Dwight Howard hopes he can help the Magic even up The Finals in Game 4 on Thursday.
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