Stan Van Gundy reacts to a call against the Magic in Game 1 of the First Round. Atlanta wins 103-93 (AP Photo/John Raoux)
ORLANDO, Fla. — On Wednesday night, Dwight Howard declared it was ‘playoff time.’
“It’s the real season.”
Well, Howard, for the most part, delivered on his declaration. The big man set a career-high for points in a playoff game with 46 points in a 103-93 loss to the Atlanta Hawks Saturday night at the Amway Center.
On his way to tying a franchise playoff record for points in a postseason game, he scored 31 of his total in the first half. The only problem with this scenario was that nobody else on the Magic found a way to aid Howard, with the exception of Jameer Nelson— who added 27 points after scoring a
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