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NBA Game Summary - Oklahoma City at Orlando



(Friday, February 7th)

Final Score: Orlando 103, Oklahoma City 102

Orlando, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Tobias Harris threw down a game-winning, two-handed dunk as time expired, lifting the Orlando Magic to a 103-102 triumph over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday at Amway Center.

With Oklahoma City leading by one and less than 30 seconds left, Kevin Durant had a chance to extend the Thunder's edge, but his right-wing jumper was off the mark and Victor Oladipo corralled the rebound.

With time winding down, Oladipo led a fastbreak down the court and dished to Maurice Harkless under the net. Harkless then turned and tossed the ball to a trailing Harris, who hammered home a two-handed slam just before the horn sounded to send the Magic to their second straight victory.

"I was about ready to congratulate Mo (Harkless) for making the layup but he kicked it to me so I was happy it went in," Harris said of the final play. "It all worked out for us."

Harris finished with a team-high 18 points, Arron Afflalo added 16 points and Oladipo and Glen Davis each donated 14 points for the Magic, who trailed by as many as 16 points in the third before rallying for the victory.

Durant registered game-highs of 29 points and 12 assists, while Serge Ibaka supplied 26 points, six rebounds and five blocks for the Thunder, who have lost their last two road games.

"When the game is on the line, you have to do whatever it takes to get that play stopped," Thunder head coach Scott Brooks said. "Give them credit. They played to the last tenth of a second. They deserved to win."

OKC led 65-51 at halftime, but saw its spread whittled down to eight by the end of the third before Orlando opened the final frame with eight straight points to pull even at 88-88 with 9:13 left on the clock.

Durant drained a tough turnaround to put the Thunder back in front, but the Magic responded with five straight points to build a 93-90 edge.

The team's exchanged buckets from there until Reggie Jackson knocked down consecutive jumpers and Durant followed with a pair of makes from the free throw line to make it 99-97 Thunder with 3:29 to play.

Oladipo answered with a layup at the other end to retie the tilt, but after an exchange of empty possessions, Thabo Sefolosha poured in a left corner 3- pointer to give OKC a 102-99 lead with 1:56 remaining.

Afflalo had a chance to tie the game with 55.2 ticks left when he was fouled attempting a triple, but he sandwiched a pair of makes around a miss, leaving Orlando facing a one-point deficit with under a minute to play.

Early on, Durant and Ibaka combined for 31 points over the opening 24 minutes, as the Thunder shot 59.5 percent from the field and went 8-of-12 from the 3- point range in the first half en route to a 14-point advantage at the break.

Game Notes

The Thunder dropped to 18-9 on the road, while Orlando improved to 12-14 at home this season ... Orlando had lost five straight to Oklahoma City ... Orlando scored 52 points in the paint, compared to 30 from the Thunder ... Orlando's Nikola Vucevic scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds ... OKC went 18-of-19 from the free throw line.

02/07 23:48:23 ET

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2013 - 2014 Eastern Conference Standings
 
Atlantic W L PCT GB Home Away Conf Streak
y-Toronto 48 34 .585 --- 26-15 22-19 32-20 L 1
x-Brooklyn 44 38 .537 4 28-13 16-25 26-26 L 2
New York 37 45 .451 11 19-22 18-23 26-26 W 4
Boston 25 57 .305 23 16-25 9-32 21-31 L 2
Philadelphia 19 63 .232 29 10-31 9-32 14-38 W 2
 
Central W L PCT GB Home Away Conf Streak
y-Indiana 56 26 .683 --- 35-6 21-20 38-14 W 2
x-Chicago 48 34 .585 8 27-14 21-20 35-17 L 1
Cleveland 33 49 .402 23 19-22 14-27 21-31 W 1
Detroit 29 53 .354 27 17-24 12-29 23-29 L 4
Milwaukee 15 67 .183 41 10-31 5-36 12-40 L 3
 
Southeast W L PCT GB Home Away Conf Streak
y-Miami 54 28 .659 --- 32-9 22-19 34-18 L 3
x-Washington 44 38 .537 10 22-19 22-19 33-19 W 4
x-Charlotte 43 39 .524 11 25-16 18-23 30-22 W 3
x-Atlanta 38 44 .463 16 24-17 14-27 28-24 W 1
Orlando 23 59 .280 31 19-22 4-37 17-35 L 4
 
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y= clinched division title
2013 - 2014 Western Conference Standings
 
Northwest W L PCT GB Home Away Conf Streak
y-Oklahoma City 59 23 .720 --- 34-7 25-16 36-16 W 1
x-Portland 54 28 .659 5 31-10 23-18 31-21 W 5
Minnesota 40 42 .488 19 24-17 16-25 23-29 L 3
Denver 36 46 .439 23 22-19 14-27 20-32 L 2
Utah 25 57 .305 34 16-25 9-32 13-39 W 1
 
Pacific W L PCT GB Home Away Conf Streak
y-LA Clippers 57 25 .695 --- 34-7 23-18 36-16 L 1
x-Golden State 51 31 .622 6 27-14 24-17 31-21 W 2
Phoenix 48 34 .585 9 26-15 22-19 28-24 W 1
Sacramento 28 54 .341 29 17-24 11-30 15-37 L 1
LA Lakers 27 55 .329 30 14-27 13-28 15-37 W 2
 
Southwest W L PCT GB Home Away Conf Streak
y-San Antonio 62 20 .756 --- 32-9 30-11 38-14 L 2
x-Houston 54 28 .659 8 33-8 21-20 31-21 L 1
x-Memphis 50 32 .610 12 27-14 23-18 29-23 W 5
x-Dallas 49 33 .598 13 26-15 23-18 29-23 L 1
New Orleans 34 48 .415 28 22-19 12-29 15-37 W 2
 
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y= clinched division title
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CLE 5
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MIN 7
TOR 0
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LOS 2
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SDP 1
COL 3
 
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MIL 2
 
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STL 7
 
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TAM 1
NYY 7
 
5th
MIN 3
TOR 5
 
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BOS 0
 
4th
HOU 0
KAN 4
 
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NYR 2
PHI 1
 
2nd
STL 2
CHI 3
 
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