On Friday, the Orlando Magic held a 94-90 lead over the Suns before falling 98-94 on the road. Monday nearly saw a repeat of history for the Magic but a three-point play in the final second by Aaron Gordon lifted the Magic past the Kings 114-112.
Orlando held a 111-104 lead with 1:17 left before costly mistakes on defense let the Kings back in the game. The Kings took a 112-111 lead with 15 seconds left on a De'Aaron Fox three-point play.
That's when this happened.
The Magic got a double-double (by halftime) from Vooch as he finished with 26 points and 15 rebounds, Gordon finished one rebound short of a double-double and added 19 points including the game-winner. They were able to survive 34 points from Nemenja Bjelica and 31 points and 10 assists from De'Aaron Fox.
As of now, the Magic sit at 19-21 and percentage points ahead of the Brooklyn Nets for the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference.
Up next is dates with the Lakers and Clippers on back-to-back days at the Staples Center.