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Despite Morbid Offensive Start, Magic Make Late Run To Force Game Seven

Published by on May 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

The Orlando Magic came into game six a little discombobulated.

Dwight Howard, as we all know, had his share of frustration during and after the game five loss to Boston.

However, Stan Van Gundy and Howard's teammates seemed eager to give their superstar more touches early in game six.

Howard scored the first eight points for the Magic, to go along with a blocked shot with 8:46 left in the first quarter. Howard didn't have any blocked shots in game five.

Howard was able to turn his criticism toward Van Gundy into production by getting the ball much more, going 5-for-10 in the first half of game six, equal to that of the entire game five.

The All-NBA first-teamer finished the night g...

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