2012 NBA Playoffs, Pacers Vs. Magic Score Update: Orlando Trails 44-38 At Halftime

The Orlando Magic welcomed the Indiana Pacers to the Amway Center for Game 3 of the first round series in the 2012 NBA Playoffs. The series is tied 1-1 after two games, but the Pacers hold a 44-38 lead at halftime over the Magic, as George Hill has picked up 13 points in the first half and Danny Granger picked up 11 points.

Orlando was able to keep the pace a little bit, without Dwight Howard available Glen Davis has picked up the slack and leads the Magic in scoring in the first half with 16 points, including this neat little fade away jumper after a spin move.

It's hard not notice Big Baby's little dance at the end of that shot, so he explains it a bit in the halftime interview as he heads to the locker room.

To stay updated throughout the first round series between the Magic and Pacers, follow thisStoryStream. For more on the Orlando Magic, check out Orlando Pinstriped Post. For more on the Indiana Pacers, check out Indy Cornrows. All your NBA news and analysis can be found at SB Nation's NBA hub.

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