The Osceola Magic defeated the Texas Legends 136-129 Thursday night in front of an energized crowd in the first game in Osceola County at Osceola Heritage Park.

Former Philadelphia 76er Mac McClung led Osceola with a game-high 35 points and six assists, while Brandon Williams added 28 points. The Magic had six players that scored in double figures. Texas’ Justin Jackson led the Legends in scoring with 33 points, while A.J. Lawson netted 27 points.

“It was really good to play at home and have a great crowd,” Osceola head coach Dylan Murphy said. “When we needed it our crowd gave us energy, it was awesome.”

“As my teammates and I drove in we had asked if there was another event going on,” McClung said after the game. “They were all here for us. It was a great atmosphere and a lot of fun. We were thrilled with the fans.”

“We could feel the energy as soon as we came in,” Williams stated. “It felt like the crowd was right behind us, they were our sixth man, and we needed their energy in the final stretch.”

Osceola shot 53.7 percent from the floor during the first half and took a 74-51 halftime lead. The Magic remained in the driver’s seat and ended the game shooting 38.9 percent from deep and never looked back.

The Osceola Magic (1-2), NBA G League Affiliate of the Orlando Magic, will host the Memphis Hustle, tonight Friday, November 17 at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee at 7:00 PM. The first 1,000 fans in attendance will receive a military-themed Osceola Magic hat courtesy of Krush Brau Park. For ticket information, please call 407-447-2140 or log onto