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Most Memorable Magic Performances
May 24, 2011
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Dwight Howard racked up 40 points and 14 rebounds in Game 6 against the Cavs in 2009 to help send the Magic to the NBA Finals.
Tracy McGrady set a franchise record when he erupted for 62 points against the Wizards on March 10, 2004. During his tenure in Orlando, T-Mac scored 50 or more four times.
Scott Skiles set an NBA record against the Nuggets on Dec. 30, 1990 when he dished out 30 assists.
Shaquille O'Neal notched a remarkable triple-double against the Nets on Nov. 23, 1993 with 24 points, 28 rebounds and 15 blocks.
Tracy McGrady poured in 43 points as the Magic stunned the Pistons in Game 1 of their First Round series in 2003.
Hedo Turkoglu recorded 25 points and 12 assists in a decisive Game 7 against the Celtics in the conference semis of the 2009 NBA Playoffs.
Penny Hardaway made history when he posted 42 and 41 points, respectively, in Games 3 and 4 against the Heat in the First Round of the 1997 NBA Playoffs.
Dwight Howard tallied a career-high 46 points and grabbed 19 rebounds in Game 1 against the Hawks in the First Round of the 2011 NBA Playoffs.
Nick Anderson registered a career-best 50 points in New Jersey on April 23, 1993. Also in this game, Shaq broke the backboard.
It was Vintage Vince on Feb. 8, 2010 when VC erupted for 48 points against the Hornets.
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