After trailing the the San Antonio Spurs by one point at halftime, the Orlando Magic attempted to rally back in the second half. The two sides battled back and forth for much of the game, until mid-way through the fourth quarter when the Spurs began to pull away from the Magic on the way to a 122-111 victory on Wednesday night.
Dwight Howard, who's swirled in uncertainty about his future, finished up the night with a double-double getting 22 points and 12 rebounds. Jameer Nelson ended up leading the Magic in scoring with 25 points and 7 assists, hitting on four of his five three-point shots. For the Spurs however, Tony Parker was able to put up 31 points while Tim Duncan added another 21.
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