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Magic-Lakers Game Three: Orlando Thinks Outside-In, Ends Up with Win

The Orlando Magic made two essential adjustments in their 108-104 Game Three victory over the Los Angeles Lakers that may have saved their season.

On the very first possession, the Magic employed a series of weak side curls leading to Hedo Turkoglu opening up and feeding Dwight Howard on the left block. Howard posted Andrew Bynum, Trevor Ariza helped, the ball was kicked out to Turkoglu at the wing and Turkoglu missed a three.

Aside from that possession, rarely if ever was Howard asked to initiate the offense from either block.

Instead, the Magic went back to what they do best—high screen/roll basketball with shooters in either corner and the power forward dragging behind the screen.

This way, Howard received the majority of his touches...

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