|Date of game: 4/10/2013
Recap: Orlando vs. Milwaukee
Orlando, FL (Sports Network) - Tobias Harris matched a career-high with 30 points and hit the game-tying 3-pointer with under two seconds left in regulation, and the Orlando Magic outlasted the Milwaukee Bucks in overtime, 113-103.
Harris also corralled a career-best 19 rebounds and dished out five assists for the Magic, who snapped a five-game losing streak. Nikola Vucevic put up a career-high 30 points as well while ripping down 20 boards, while Beno Udrih also had a double-double with 13 points and 11 assists.
Doron Lamb shot 4-of-6 from 3-point range on his way to 16 points for Orlando, while Maurice Harkless chipped in 14 points in the victory.
Monta Ellis led the Bucks with 21 points and 11 assists, but shot only 7-of-27 from the field. John Henson scored 17 points and put up career-highs in rebounds (25) and blocks (seven), while Mike Dunleavy also netted 17 points.
J.J. Redick and Marquis Daniels had 16 and 14 points, respectively, for Milwaukee, which has now lost four of its last five games but has already clinched a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
The teams were involved in a trade-deadline deal in which the Magic received Harris, Udrih and Lamb in exchange for Redick, Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith, and Orlando head coach Jacque Vaughn is pleased with how his newcomers have been contributing.
"Our goal was to see the impact now and in the future," Vaughn said in regards to the trade. "Beno (Udrih) has really contributed. Tobias (Harris) and Doron (Lamb) are two young guys that are growing with this group."
In a back-and-forth final quarter, Milwaukee grabbed hold of an 87-86 lead with 2:15 remaining on a Dunleavy 3-pointer. The Bucks were up by three in the waning seconds before Harris was fouled from beyond the 3-point arc and drained the basket to tie the contest at 95-95, but he missed the ensuing free-throw attempt and the game went to overtime.
In the extra session, the Magic set the tone on their first possession with a Vucevic field goal and never trailed from that point forward.
"We fought hard the whole night," Harris said. "I apologize to the fans for missing that free throw (at the end of regulation)...but we closed it out well."
Orlando ran out to a comfortable 30-16 lead after one quarter, although Milwaukee got its act together in the second stanza to bring its deficit to just three, 48-45, heading into intermission.
The Bucks took a brief lead late in the third quarter following a pair of Dunleavy free throws, but the Magic closed out the frame with five straight points to take a 70-66 advantage.Game Notes
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) and Larry Sanders (back) both left the game in the
first half for Milwaukee and did not return ... Orlando shot just 3-of-8 from
the foul line, while Milwaukee was 17-of-26 from the stripe ... Vucevic has
gone for at least 20 points and 20 rebounds in back-to-back games ... Henson
became the first player to tally at least 17 points, 25 rebounds and seven
blocks since Shaquille O'Neal in 2004.