The Osceola Magic broke two franchise records at Silver Spurs Arena Thursday night, setting a new high in points scored in a half (86) and points scored in a game in the 153-130 victory.

 Jett Howard led the charge with a game-high 32 points in the team’s fourth-straight victory. Mac McClung had a double-double, scoring 24 points, 14 assists and adding five rebounds.“I’m having a great time; I’m playing with the best players in the G League,” McClung said. “This team is overloaded with talent; there are a lot of great scorers, so I have to make sure everyone gets fed where they want. There’s something lucky in this building.”

D.J. Wilson also collected a double-double, contributing 28 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and two blocks.

|“Tonight shows how special we can be when the ball is moving,” Wilson said. “No one is looking for themselves on this team. When we saw the box score at halftime, we were surprised. We always have the next-up mentality. We know we can be the best team in the G League when it’s all said and done. We lost a few guys on the team at the beginning of the season; we just needed to adjust to the changes.”

The Magic took off in the second quarter, outscoring the Knicks 49-30. The 86-point first half total set a new franchise record for points in a half, breaking the previous record of 78 points set on November 1, 2022, against the Texas Legends.

 Seven Magic players scored in double digits, combining for an impressive shooting percentage of 56.6% from the field and 45.2% from beyond the arc. The Magic’s total score of 153 points in the game also set a franchise record, surpassing the previous mark of 143 points set on November 22, 2023, against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.

The Osceola Magic (5-3), NBA G League Affiliate of the Orlando Magic, will host the Cleveland Charge, Monday, January 22 at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee at 7 p.m. for youth basketball night. For ticket information, please call 407-447-2140 or log onto The game will stream on