Howard and Magic Dominate Celtics To Win Game Five

May 26th, 2010 by Wil Bradley Leave a reply »
The Orlando Magic accomplished two firsts in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Finals.

For the first time in the series, Orlando won the third quarter-- even if only by a point.


Second, Dwight Howard and his Magic teammates finally defended home court against the Boston Celtics.


The Orlando Magic dominated the Boston Celtics, winning Game Five 113-92. Orlando came out slow offensively to start the game, committing three consecutive turn overs.


It took Orlando over two minutes to get it's first basket on a three-point jumper from Vince Carter.


Dwight Howard negated any advantage the Celtics hoped to find in the early parts of the game. Clearly determined to go down fighting, ran the floor, Howard defended and rebounded until he could find his scoring touch.

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