Miami: It took a record-setting night from three-point range for the Miami Heat to beat the Orlando Magic.
Duncan Robinson scored 27 points, all of them coming from beyond the arc, and the Heat hit a franchise-record 22 three-pointers in their 116-113 win over the Magic on Wednesday night.
Goran Dragic scored 25 points and added nine assists, Kelly Olynyk scored 16 on a perfect shooting night and Jimmy Butler finished with 12 points, eight assists and seven rebounds as Miami won its fourth straight.
The previous record for Heat three-pointers was 21, set April 5, 2017, at Charlotte. The 22 3-pointers made also tied the most allowed in a game by Orlando.
“My teammates encouraged me to shoot. The coaching staff encourages me to shoot,” Robinson said. “So I just went out and tried to be aggressive.”
Terrence Ross had season-highs of 35 points and eight three-pointers for the Magic, who have dropped three straight yet remain in the No. 8 spot in the Eastern Conference play-off race.