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6/11/09 Magic vs. Lakers Game 4
June 11, 2009
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Talk about teamwork! Rafer Alston helps Mickael Pietrus off the floor in Game 4.
Hedo Turkoglu registered 25 points, but the Magic couldn't close out the Lakers in Game 4, falling 99-91 in overtime on Thursday.
Jameer Nelson and the Orlando Magic hope they overcome a 3-1 series deficit in the NBA Finals.
No matter what happens in the rest of the NBA Finals, acquiring Rafer Alston back in February was easily one of the best trades the Magic could have ever made.
Rashard Lewis will look for a bounce-back performance in Game 5 when the Magic host the Lakers on Sunday.
Guarding Kobe Bryant is always a difficult task. But J.J. Redick and others had their moments negating him on Thursday in Game 4.
Courtney Lee is the only rookie playing in the NBA Finals. Talk about an experience!
Magic fan Tiger Woods and his wife enjoy the game at Amway Arena on Thursday.
Dwight Howard notched 16 points, 21 rebounds and a Finals all-time record nine blocked shots in Game 4.
Hedo Turkoglu and Rafer Alston celebrate after contributing to a successful play on Thursday in Game 4.
Dwight Howard shows some intense emotion during Game 4.
Dwight Howard was a monster on the glass on Thursday in Game 4.
Hedo Turkoglu and Dwight Howard share a few laughs during pregame warmups.
Magic Owner Rich DeVos and Chief Operating Officer Alex Martins take a picture prior to Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
Magic Assistant Coach Patrick Ewing gets the opportunity to chat with former teammate Mark Jackson prior to Game 4.
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