Orlando's Tracy McGrady tied an NBA record by making eight 3-pointers in one half against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
McGrady didn't miss from beyond the arc Monday until he misfired just before the halftime buzzer.
McGrady tied the league record of eight 3s in a half, a mark shared by Tim Thomas (2001), Michael Redd (2002), Ray Allen (2002) -- all of the Milwaukee Bucks -- and Kobe Bryant (2003) of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Bryant holds the league record of 12 3-pointers in a game, set on Jan. 7 last season against Seattle.
McGrady went 4-for-4 from long range in the first quarter and then hit four straight in the second, burying a 3 from the left wing over rookie LeBron James to give the Magic a 55-46 lead.
McGrady, the league's second-leading scorer, had 34 points in the first half on 10-of-14 shooting from the field and 6-of-8 on free throws.
During one stretch, he scored 17 consecutive points for the Magic on a four-point play, three free throws, consecutive 3-pointers and two jumpers.
The league record for the most 3s in a game without a miss is held by Latrell Sprewell, who made all nine he attempted for New York on Feb. 4, 2003 against the Los Angeles Clippers.