NBA Playoffs 2010: Can Orlando Magic Make NBA History In Celtics Series?

May 27th, 2010 by Josh Dhani Leave a reply »
The Orlando Magic made a sign to the Boston Celtics before Game Five went down last night.

They aren't giving up.

And they did just that, pulling out a win with a score of 113-92.

Jameer Nelson came up big in the match-up, totaling up 24 points along with five rebounds and five assists for the Orlando Magic.

Center Dwight Howard played well with 21 points and ten rebounds. He also had five blocked shots.

He is the first player to have over 20 points, ten rebounds, and five blocked shots for five games in the post-season since San Antonio Spurs' center Tim Duncan did it during his run to the 2007 NBA Finals, eventually knocking off the Cleveland Cavaliers in a sweep there.

Howard is ranked second in the league for most games with over 20 points, ten rebounds, and five blocked shots. He is behind Tim Duncan and ahead of Shaquille O'Neal.

Overall though, it was a great game played by the Magic.

Now the Magic will try to even up the series tomorrow in a Game Six match-up in Boston.

"I don't know if you can say you have momentum when you're down 3-2 going into their place," sai ...

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